Journey of Change
I am a native of Gainesville, GA. By the Grace of God and a strong support system from my mom, Pam Randolph, my family, and my church family, I have conquered all obstacles that blew my way.
I believe in encouraging, empowering, and equipping individuals to become “a best self.” At times in my life, I have experienced heartache, rejection, and self-doubt. Through much processing through the journeys with prayer and fasting on a consistent basis. Even though obstacles would come, I never decreased my faith. My grandmother, Ruby C. Randolph taught me to trust in God and keep faith that all things are possible, if you believe. My favorite scripture since childhood, “I can do all things through Jesus who strengthens me.” (Philippians 4:13)
Every goal I set, I strive to succeed by relying on faith and determination. Life is rough, life is tough but don’t lose focus on your reward.
I love to encourage women to start a journal, meditate, and dismiss yourself from toxicity. Begin to live your best life by continuing to breathe and smile even when it hurts. At times, you may have to change your environment, change your outlook, and change who you confide in.
I am grateful for my sisterhood that was developed from some dynamic and intelligent women that I met in seminary, Ashlyn, Stella, Felicia, Shenika, Tiphaine, Renetta, Brittany. We have a powerful sistership where we support, encourage, and celebrate one another weekly.
"True Peace is not merely the absence of tension: It is the presence of Justice"
~Martin Luther King, Jr.~