Leslie Moursand, R.N., B.S., B.A.
Received a B.A. in Education from the University of Houston and a B.S. in nursing from the University of Texas. Leslie has completed 21 hours of counseling in a master’s program. Since 1991 she has earned certification in numerous fields of Christian counseling. Leslie regularly counsels individuals and has facilitated the Women’s Support Group at First Baptist Church, Magnolia since 2000. She speaks at churches and seminars with the goal of showing others how God wants to touch lives through re-education and a new understanding of His principles for life.
Mike Wilson M.A. LPC
Received a Bachelor degree in Psychology in 1969 from Davis & Elkins College and a Masters of Education from Texas Southern University. Mike has 22 years in education and another 18 in the business world. In public education, he has worked with emotionally disturbed teenagers, middle school, and elementary age children. He has been a Licensed Professional Counselor since 2001with a private office in The Woodlands. Mike has been counseling for 10 years. In professional counseling, he has a calling from God to use His word as the “sword of the Spirit”, to provide guidance through encouragement and to promote self examination and personal growth.
Through a series of events, Mike came to know Christ at the age of 30. It took him several years and failures to learn the need for obedience and to fully know the grace and mercy of God. He has never looked back. Jesus Christ is his Lord and Savior. Mike and his wife are in their 18th year of marriage, serving in a joint ministry at FBC Magnolia to singles. He has taught Sunday School for couples, teens, children and singles.
In marriage counseling, he initially focuses on unmet emotional needs and communication issues. In individual counseling he utilizes God’s word to guide and direct people. Anger, anxiety, and addictions constitute a great deal of his individual counseling. In working with teens and children, he utilizes Biblical principles to provide guidance.
Due to strict IRS guidelines no payment made for counseling will be tax deductible.