Hi there, and welcome to Joy In The Story, where you will find inspiration, encouragement and resources to help you walk in the power of your purpose! If you are a woman who knows there is more to life than what you are experiencing, it’s time to love your story, discover your purpose, and embrace the significance of YOUR life. Why? Because your life IS significant and will make a difference in this world.
Today I need you to disregard your doubts and stand up to the defeating words of others! If your (spiritual, emotional and financial) walk is the same as it was last year, or years before, my hope is for you to embark on the road filled with courage, passion, purpose, and fulfillment meant for you. Have no doubt, your story, your purpose, the call on your life is to impact the world for good.
The long, difficult, roads I’ve walked are the foundation of my heart’s passion to speak and minister to women so they succeed as mothers, wives, ministry leaders, writers, businesswomen, or entrepreneurs. Even as a professional business woman, I used to believe that living with abundant joy, contentment and doing a passionate and significant work, was for everyone except me. For decades I believed my lot in life was to live not knowing how to love, mother, or have meaningful relationships with others. I was a MESS!!! And a half. The day I met Jesus and discovered His work of Grace on The Cross, everything changed. Seeing my story through HIS-story gave me the courage to risk being loved, the confidence to know I could live with joy, and the contentment to get rid of comparisons.
Are you ready to be the woman you know you can be? Then, it’s time for you to change the world with your story and your gifts. Somebody needs to hear what you have to say, and the use of your gifts.
my work background includes.
author, playwright, CPA, corporate and community leader, corporate VP, ministry, entrepreneur, consultant, I have won several creative awards, and was selected for various executive leadership programs, roles and assignments throughout my career.
the work I love:
helping Christian women and children of all ages embrace their significance and purpose, so they can do the work they were born to do, with excellence. And, ministering hope and healing to the hearts of mothers who have
Grateful as I am, I agree with Paul’s sentiment:
“More than that, I count all things to be loss in view of the surpassing value of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord, for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and count them but rubbish so that I may gain Christ, and may be found in Him, not having a righteousness of my own derived from the Law, but that which is through faith in Christ, the righteousness which comes from God on the basis of faith,”