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Growing up outside of Chicago, Margo was the middle of 3 girls.  Her early creative tendencies were encouraged and she thrived in obtaining a Bachelors and Masters degree in Art Education.  Her teaching career of 25 years was followed by self-employment with Finishes of Distinction as a decorative artist. 

Margo and her husband co-facilitate a Christian Families class at their church, lending support in the family configurations they live and love in.  They also head up a monthly car repair ministry for single moms and the elderly, a blessing that Margo was an early recipient of as a single mom herself!  They now have four grown children and 9 precious grandchildren.

Entering Soul Care training just made sense.  Margo was sensing a desire for even deeper relational connections.  Her family had been received counseling at Plumbline during some transitional years as well as some really tough years, and she felt blessed, challenged and relieved by the Biblical care, challenge and comfort.  A passion was growing within, that of learning more of these spiritual, relational and emotional principles, as well as a desire to share them with others.  The process of walking with someone as they change their pattern of coping with this sinful world is both intriguing and fulfilling.

Margo was ordained as a pastoral counselor with Plumbline Ministries in 2014.  Her life purpose is to comfort, teach and encourage the hurting through soul healing conversations.

Margo teaches the Safe People class at Plumbline.  Want to discern safe from unsafe people? Want to take ownership of your own unsafe tendencies and become a safe person for others? This class may be for you!

Fun Facts:  Margo is a Mom-of-the-heart.  She’s immensely grateful to be an adoptive mom, a step mom, a mother-in-law, and Grammy!

Margo Hanne

Favorite Bible verse:

Philippians 3:10   “I want to know Christ – yes, to know the power of his resurrection and participation in his sufferings, becoming like him in his death. “