There was a time when…

  • My self-talk was negative.
  • I didn’t like the way I looked.
  • I doubted myself and what I could do.
  • I was fearful of being rejected so I didn’t speak up.
  • I missed out on opportunities because I was overly concerned about what others thought and said about me.
  • I pretended to be a strong confident woman on the outside but on the inside I was sad and lonely.

But Then…

I gained a new perspective on life. I discovered who I truly was and my worth. That was completely new for me, because for most of my life I based my identity and worth on what others thought and said about me.

I realized that as my relationship deepened with God; the more empowered I became. I began to have the confidence to do things that I never thought I could do. Opportunities started to present itself in ways that I could have never imaged. But not only that, I started to have a voice. Not just any voice, but a voice that was bold; a voice that demanded and received attention.

And Now…

  • I have grown from being afraid to speak in front of a small group to speaking to the masses.
  • I acknowledge my imperfections, but I also understand those are the things that make me unique.
  • I’m no longer overly concerned about what others think or say. My focus is only on Jesus Christ.
  • I can finally say that the person you see on the outside (smiling, confident, strong, caring, & God-fearing) is a true reflection of what’s on the inside.
This journey hasn’t been easy, but I wouldn’t change a thing because it has landed me right here in this very moment. I’m grateful that God has chosen and equipped me to empower women, through biblical principles, to be who He created them to be.