I am a professional nationally certified trainer and performance enhancement specialist. I have been training for 5 years.
I took a risk with God and am starting to follow my calling. I just started a non profit organization that focuses on bringing people and youth together using fitness as the platform. We also get people involved with various community outreach projects. I believe that we can share the love of Christ by showing the love of Christ and by giving people the opportunity to do something greater, for someone else in need. This, I believe, will bring great amounts of spiritual healing to their lives
I see that you web page is being built. Can you tell me a little more about your organization. I am interested in fitness and if I can be a Godly influence in young peoples life I would I enjoy that. I am single and have never been married or had children. I been around kids and I love their energy, it energizes me.
Scripture: Acts 1:8 says, “But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has
come upon you, and you will be My witnesses in Jerusalem, in all Judea and
Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.”
There’s a story and it goes like this.
One day a successful Christian coach receives a gift of one million dollars. The
giver tells him that it is designated to help the poor. The coach is thankful
for the gift and begins making plans for a ministry to reach those in need. A
year goes by, and the gift-giver returns, joyfully asking, “Tell me how you used
the gift to serve God. Have people come to know Jesus through the ministry you
were able to start with the money?” The coach, busy with daily training
sessions, coaching matches and trying to win matches, looks confused and asks,
But as the words tumble off his lips, the coach remembers the gift of one
million dollars. He’d placed it in a bank account, and then, due to a busy
season, family matters, the buying and settling into a new home, recruiting his
new players, training players in the off season and many speaking engagements,
he’d completely forgotten about the gift. Disappointed, the gift-giver gently
says, “I gave you the gift to help
other people. When you received the gift, you also accepted the responsibility
for sharing the gift with others. The gift is still there; go use it for
ministry, my friend!”
When we become committed Christians we become a partner and team player on God’s
Team. We're also given the Holy Spirit to guide us, empower us and to help us
act out His plans for our lives. Plans that He designed for you that will give
you a great and wonderful life. God places this gift – this Holy Spirit power –
within us so we can be His witnessing players in our home towns, county, state,
country and throughout the world He created. This gift we can’t ignore.
God gives us the gift of the Holy Spirit, to energize our faith and walk,
allowing God to work through us to love and serve others. If we don’t lean on
the Holy Spirit or live like He’s not by our side, it is like receiving a gift
we never use or something we hide away. The result is our life-gift will never
be helpful to anyone, and certainly not used for what it was intended, as part
of God’s plan for our lives to help change others for the sake of Christ. God
sees and wants us as players and coaches to be successful and this is His plan
for us in the game. He does not play soccer and the game of life with losers.
God didn’t just give you an assignment and then leave you to figure it out on
your own. He sent the Holy Spirit to empower you. In Luke 24:49 Jesus said, “And
look, I am sending you what My Father promised. As for you, stay in the city
until you are empowered from on high.” We have to understand that the Holy
Spirit, who is one with Jesus, simply want to be alive in us and have us play
for His team. He died for you so you could be a player on His team. No other
coach ever did that for you.
In John 16:7 and 14 Jesus tells us, “Nevertheless, I am telling you the truth.
It is for your benefit that I go away, because if I don’t go away the Counselor
will not come to you. If I go, I will send Him to you…. He will glorify Me,
because He will take from what is Mine and declare it to you.”