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Steve Wickham

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Member since: Mar 01, 2012

Steve Wickham is a Registered Safety Practitioner (BSc, FSIA, RSP [Australia]) and a qualified, unordained Christian minister (GradDipBib&Min). His passion in vocation is facilitation and coaching; encouraging people to soar to a higher value of their potential.

His specific passion is divining the issues of life balance and purpose and re-creating value for living toward the discovery of the spiritual person within each of us, toward our transcendent selves.

As an advocate for a fair, right and just life, he has a passion for biblical wisdom and the Psalms.

A former youth worker, he is married and has three children and is passionate about the development of youth today. He has extensive experience also in teaching and leading children's programs.

Steve also has leadership and workplace assessment and training diplomas as well as over ten years practical experience in both fields.

Finally, Steve believes that we should all strive to fulfil our God-given potential - physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. After all, "life is the learning ground," and our overall life purpose is to seek to become the epitome of Jesus, the living Lord.

Life is about God. It's centrally about relationships. It's about growing passionately toward God, via the things we think, say and do - a commitment for the rest of our lives.

At its essence, this involves a continual process of learning.

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