What drew you to YadaFactor?
I grew up hearing all about YadaFactor from my mom, Debbie Csutoros. So I wouldn’t say I was really drawn to YadaFactor, but was subjected to countless conversations about it and why I should do it. Thankfully, God moved me to finally start my first Yada group when I was a senior in high school. So I am very thankful for my mother’s push to start hearing from the Lord through YadaFactor.
What do you like about coaching?
Coaching has been a great experience for me. I think after Yadaing for 10 years, I can tend to take for granted that I get to hear from God daily and weekly through my quiet time and Yada sharing. But every time I coach a class, I get to see the women experience God in a new way and I can see they are blown away by this new relationship with the Lord. It reminds me just how special this process is and makes me so grateful to experience God in such a real way everyday.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
I really love to read. I always have a book I am working through and read before bed and on the weekends. I also really enjoy exercising and in the last few years I have gotten into Crossfit–which has been a ton of fun. I forgot how much I loved competing in sports in middle and high school, so it has been a fun outlet.
What one word would you use to describe Yada?
Necessity. In my quiet time the other day, I read Jesus Calling and it said that spending time with God is a necessity, not a luxury or an option. It really is a necessity.
Why would you suggest Yada to friends and family?
There really is no other process like YadaFactor. I have been involved in bible studies for a long time, and there are no bible studies that replicate the Yada process. I would suggest it to my friends and family, and have, because I want them to experience God in the real way that I get to everyday. Getting my direction in life directly from the Lord everyday is really the only way to live.
Is there something special you’d like to share with other coaches in the YF community?
I think it is easy to get into a routine in coaching the YadaFactor classes, but I want to encourage us all, including myself, to remember why we coach and volunteer our time. This entire process is to allow other women and men hear from God and apply His Word directly to their lives. I think it is such a special honor to be in these roles. And I am so thankful for all the coaches and for your sacrifice to help other people hear from the Lord.
Is there anything else we should know about you?
I think the Yada process is imperative to people to learn and I am extremely excited to see where this ministry leads us!