What drew you to YadaFactor?
My sweet friend, Pegi Richardson, would give me a journal to encourage me to write and I would say thank you but never opened it. This happened for a couple of years. God was trying to teach me to trust Him and while studying Moses in Bible Study Fellowship I heard the Holy Spirit speak to me about keeping a record of what God was doing in my life. Pegi and I met for a couple of years doing YadaFactor together until I heard God say in 2015 it was time to become part of a group.
What do you like about coaching?
I love watching the light turn on for people. When it comes together for them and they start hearing God speak, there is nothing like it. It is like watching scales fall off people’s eyes.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
I have been doing strength training for over 30 years. It has become a way of life and a wonderful discipline. These days you will find me in my garden with God growing bales of kale, sweet potatoes, spinach, carrots and the list goes on. I enjoy fermenting foods and making my own kefir and kombucha. With that said, my heart is for the Gospel and I am always looking for ways to reach people with it.
What one word would you use to describe YadaFactor?
Why would you suggest YadaFactor to friends and family?
Because YadaFactor gives you the tools necessary to hear the gentle whisper of God.
Is there something special you’d like to share with other coaches in the YadaFactor community?
I love how YadaFactor is a safe place to be heard with no judgment towards one another.
Is there anything else you would like to share about yourself?
I am a Jewish follower of Christ for 22 years. Because of some challenges as a child, I was always speaking to God but never heard Him speak to me. YadaFactor was the missing link that helped me to hear God. I heard a woman at a YadaFactor home gathering early on talk about how God would chase her down and speak to her all day long. I wanted that and now I have it!