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March 2014 News

Eagle Wings takes flight

  • Written by  Brooke Duncan
Wendy Chapman Photo: Provided

A new Christian counselling service is now open in Toowoomba.

Eagle Wings Counselling has been set up by Wendy Chapman, a counsellor and member of Lifeworks Uniting Church, and offers relationship, individual, child and adolescent counselling.

Before starting Eagle Wings, Wendy worked in Kingaroy specialising in family counselling.

Wendy said she wanted the new service to also be an outreach to the community.

“I prayed a lot about this and very much felt that God was leading me to offer this service.”

“I offer the service because know there isn’t a lot of Christian counselling available for people,” Wendy said.

She said she has noticed people are hungry to hear about God and one of the main reasons families are struggling is due to a lack of Christian principles in society.

“Society has gone so much where there is no respect anymore, it’s about bringing back those Christian values into families,” she said.

Nonetheless, Eagle Wings caters to religious and secular people.

Wendy said God guided her to the occupation. 

“I’ve always felt I’ve wanted to help people and been passionate about this kind of work. This is where the Lord was showing me to go.”

For more info, contact Wendy on 0409 621 727. Alternatively, contact Lifeworks Uniting Church office on 4634 9128.

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