Hi! My name is Char. I am so excited to have you join me in trekking thru this journey called Life. I love, love, love, to inspire others to pursue their purpose and passions and I’m convinced that’s what makes our lives meaningful and shapes a legacy. Using the gifts and talents God has planted in our hearts.
As a young Christian mamma I picked up the book, Tramp for the Lord, and fell in love with Corrie ten Boom. She is the inspiration behind my declaration: “It’s never too late!” If you’re not familiar with Corrie’s story, (you can find the book here) she was an unassuming Dutch lady whose family hid 100’s of Jewish friends during the Holocaust. Unfortunately, Corrie and her family were captured and taken to a concentration camp, where she was the only survivor. After her release at age 53 – she began a ministry and traveled the world to share her God stories with others.
If Corrie can pursue her passion and God given gifts beginning at age 53, then we can too!!
I hope you will join me as we form a community that encourages one another and builds each other up. Check out my link at Open Window where you can share your experiences and life lessons with us!
I’m delighted you’re here and I’m excited for you to join me in pursuing our passions together!!
If you’re not sure what your gifts and passions are… Stick with me – we will walk through that discovery together!
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