My name is Preston Maxwell and I am an ordained minister and spiritual counselor.

I specialize in counseling adults, who wish to approach and resolve their life challenges within a spiritual framework.

It doesn’t matter what religion you grew up in or what your spiritual practice is today.

Together, we can find answers and actions you can take to create a life of greater harmony, peace, abundance and happiness.

If you would like to learn more, please read through my FAQ page or  contact me for a private consultation.


My Background

My father was a Christian minister. We attended church six days a week and my father was in constant demand. People from all walks of life would come to him for spiritual guidance and he worked long hours. When I was younger, I resented the time we had to spend in church and the feeling of living in a glass bowl because of the expectations of being a minister’s son. But today, I cherish my upbringing.

My father passed away shortly before I graduated from college. His death was devastating for me and I wanted to be far away from anything that reminded me of his absence. As soon as I had graduated from college, I moved to the United States and devoted my time and energy to starting a business.

Over the next 15 years, I worked hard in various business endeavors. During one of my most prosperous years, I re-discovered that I had the same intuitive gift my father had. I was soon devoting more time to my spiritual exploration and developed a practice of prayer, fasting and meditation. I began to attract people, who were seeking spiritual guidance, and I would share with them what I intuitively perceived about their situation.

I eventually let go of my business endeavors and made this work my full-time occupation. Today, I am deeply grateful to say this is my work.

I can help you move beyond your struggles and see the path towards greater love, light and life.

Boundless Blessings,

Preston Maxwell

God’s blessing is ever present; receptivity is often lacking. God helps him who helps himself but he cannot enter a heart that is filled with doubt; he cannot manifest through a mind that is permeated with bitterness. There is no place for him in the life of a devotee, who is filled with negativity. Remember that! Surrender does not spare a person from suffering.


Wednesday Sermon August 21, 2019

This week’s sermon is entitled, “It’s all relative. How to succeed in life without absolutes.” When we are fully awakened, we don’t live in absolutes. In fact, it is believing in absolutes that cause us to be judgmental towards others and unwilling to open up and hear what God is trying to tell us.


Contact Me

Phone: 503 579-6420

Email: p@braidedway.com

I look forward to hearing from you!