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My Story

In Spirit & In Truth

The Awakening

2022, my self-proclaimed year called "The Awakening", was the most challenging, soul-bearing season of my life. I came to a crossroads.  I seemed to have it all.  A wonderful family and a successful career.  Yet, here I was, at the height of my career in the C-suite, with a very unsettled spirit.  

The Shift

I rationalized my intuitions and tossed my feelings aside because I thought I was where I was supposed to be. So, instead of heeding the signs, I would pray for God to change things I was dealing with on the job.  Little did I know, God was stirring up things in my life so that he could change me.  Undoubtedly, the workplace culture needed to change, but God needed me to change more.  He needed to shift my focus and reset my priorities because my career became an idol.

The Leap

I begin having an unusual desire to do something different.  To the point that I took a yearlong, intentional deep dive into self-discovery. I needed to make sense of who I became and who God needed me to become.  I created better boundaries to keep my job and working relationships in the proper context.  I eliminated people, places, and things that did not serve me well and did not add value to my life.  I deprived myself of anything that could be a distraction or possibly dissuade me from my course of action.  Most importantly, I had to learn how to release my grip of control and surrender to God's will. 

Exiting The Comfort Zone

Comfort is the enemy of growth. God disrupts our comfort so that we can learn to rely solely on him.  It's in these times we get to see his power and his presence in our life.  Leaving my comfort zone was the greatest exercise of faith.  Walking away from my job with so much uncertainty about the future was my faith on full display. 

God, you want me to do what? 

I must confess. Being used by God to draw others to him through content creation & community was the last thing I thought I would be doing. It was something so far removed from what I ever thought life after Corporate America would look like for me. Hence, my issue. I tried to make God's plan fit my agenda.  But He always seems to work it all together for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.


The Final Answer

I don't profess to have all the answer to every issue we face as women in life, but I do know THE answer.  I do know when we commit our actions to God, he will establish our plans.  I do know when we hold unswerving to the hope we profess, HE who promised is faithful.  I do know that HE who has begun a good work in you (and me) will finish it to completion.  He did it for me and I know he can do it for you, too.  

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