Jamine Gardner

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Jamine Gardner is an Occupational Therapist specialising in paediatric development and disability. Jamine runs a children’s ministry program for children with special needs at church, and is passionate about seeing people walk with Jesus in every stage of their life. Jamine runs a paediatric practice with her best friend, loves going to the beach with her dog, and laughing with the people she loves.

  • How big is your ‘but’?

    Recently I have found myself challenged by the frequency that the word “but” escapes my lips. In the midst of big life changes, faith steps, and everyday challenges I often hear myself throwing the word “but” around as an indicator that any number of excuses and faith-killing words are about to come out of my mouth.

  • What’s in a name?

    My name is weird. It’s beautiful, but it’s weird. For the record, the phonetic pronunciation is Jih-meen.

  • Life in the in-between places

    I gave my life to Jesus about 15 years ago, as an adventurous teenager at a Friday night youth service. I learned a lot about how to walk with God from being active in the local church. I also attended many conferences with big time preachers and worship bands.