I provide women who are broken and hurting with Christian resources, tools and strategies to support and encourage them in their development of a personal relationship with God.
I encourage and motivate you to be obedient, disciplined and consistent by connecting with God daily as you face trials and tribulations.
My ultimate goal is to help change your mindset, transform your prayer life, teach you the importance of being disciplined and guide you through daily spiritual habits to promote growth and cultivate a desire to grow closer to God every day!
As you develop your personal relationship with God you will find yourself saying...
"With my hurt and tears, I still will Trust God."
God is a Restorer and He wants to be connected to every part of our lives and help us get through it!
Through these many resources, I will use my own personal experiences backed by the Word of God to help you recognize the power you hold, which is Prayer itself.
I am with you on this spiritual journey, and will passionately guide you on the path to find unspeakable Joy!
Joy does not come literally in the morning, but with growth and maturity, I now know that it does come by having a personal relationship with God! There are many challenges that we face in life which can leave us feeling broken, helpless and hopeless as if we can't go on.
I understand that feeling from tragically losing my sister in a fatal car accident, and I am here to shine light in a dark and empty place to help you discover that your personal relationship with God is the Help you need!
Maybe you have experienced despair because of depression, low self-esteem, loss of a loved one, the loss of a job or struggling financially, and you feel there's no relief or no way to keep your head above water.
Well I have good news for you! There's a way for you to get your "Joy" back and start living the life that God has planned for you, no matter what you have been through.
No more wondering "Why does life have to be so hard?" or "How on earth can this be happening to me, and how am I suppose to handle it?"