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"Are you willing to be made whole?"

One of my earliest memories of hearing John 5:6 involved me wondering why Jesus would ask that question.

Who wouldn’t want to be whole?

It seemed odd, but healing isn't always so cut and dry.

In all honesty, sometimes we aren’t willing to walk away from what is keeping us paralyzed.

Comfort, fear, or just being unaware of our need for healing are just a few of the reasons we stay stuck.

Wholeness is a full body spiritual, mental, physical and emotional  process.

Are you willing to be made whole?


"Are you willing to be made whole?"

One of my earliest memories of hearing John 5:6 involved me wondering why Jesus would ask him that. Of course, the man wanted healing!

Who wouldn’t want to be whole? Taken at face value, it can seem like an odd question. However, healing isn't always so cut and dry.

In all honesty, sometimes we aren’t willing. We can become comfortable, afraid, or so focused on excelling in a few areas that we neglect the rest of our story.


Change is an inside out, spiritual process.

Clients, friends and even strangers would seek my help, only for me to discover that they really didn't know what kind of help they needed. Some thought it was personal training. Some thought it was diet and lifestyle.

Ultimately, the common thread was unresolved spiritual issues—and I have watched (and lived) what happens when our spiritual health is neglected.


Think of it like this—we have four sections in our book: mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual. With regard to our stories, our book is incomplete when one of those sections is missing.
 Being made whole isn’t just about weight loss, healing from sickness, or appearing to have it all together.


Wholeness is a full body process, including our spirits.

Are you willing to be made whole?

Find My Here 

After turning my  own life around, I wanted to help people free themselves from the ruts that are keeping them stuck and overcome the obstacles blocking their road to successfully reaching their destination. By sharing my personal journey and challenges, I want to help you with yours.
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My Belief And Mission

We all have our personal walks and wildernesses. My mission is to help women move forward in each aspect of their growth and health—by incorporating the wisdom of Scripture.

Emotional Health

Our emotions make us vulnerable to the enemy. Processing them in ways that align with scripture are a key part of our spiritual health.
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Mental (Thought) Health

How we think can be the calm in the storm or the winds of the storm itself.
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Physical Health

Physical weight problems can be an outward symptom of what is going on within us spiritually.
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