5 hours ago
You know what my favorite question to ask people is?
What's your story?
We meet people in a specific chapter of their life. If you are new here you'll see my season of life right now but that doesn't mean you know my story.
I always wanted to be a Christian but didn't quite understand how to "be a good one." I wouldn't have guessed that my deep love for Jesus would be cultivated at Michigan State University. cruatstate played a big role in my growth.
I wrestled with the realization that even my best days fell short and left me separated from a holy God. Romans 3:23 says for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God, and are justified by his grace as a gift, through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus, whom God put forward as a propitiation by his blood, to be received by faith.
Oh the depths He went to seek after and redeem His ! My purpose through marriage, motherhood, my business, and life is to glorify God and enjoy him forever.
I talk about practical health here and this is a story in itself. My body has been through 3 pregnancies and I'll tell you this: my mindset was much different before , after my first two, and now working on number 4.
I'm on this cruise with people who have their own story. Aside from the company name, we're all bodies on a beach today. The journey that led to these men and women to becoming coaches themselves has looked so very different.
I've been asking this question to people I meet this week. A common theme of how the stories begin is so simple yet shows the impact you can have: "I watched someone who I related to and she inspired me to take action." This is my desire for the women who join my team. Those who can look past "being salesy" and see that this is an opportunity to be light in darkness in the health & fitness industry. What a joy.