“When women look to grow spiritually, emotionally, and mentally they look to others who understand the struggle, understand that it is a struggle, and are humble in the way they walk through the struggle, and humble and gracious once they have come out of the struggle. You, Megan, are these things.
You have experienced true struggles of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual challenges and have come out more mature, stronger, more wise, BUT still ready to learn and grow from the inevitable challenges that will come in the future. It definitely doesn’t hurt that you are beautiful and love to be bold in your appearance. Let’s be real glitter attracts people.”
I offer encouragement for those that have a past they aren’t proud and a message of redemption to use it for God’s glory.
What about her?
“You speak of those past(and current challenges) without shame. You may not be proud of choices made, but you know that God brought you through those circumstances to be able to help others. You are able to help others get passed regret because you don’t live in regret. The biggest Why of YOU maybe that You radiate truth. You don’t try to sugar coat or minimize sin you call it, rebuke it, and repent. The most direct definition of repentance that I have heard is to do a 180. To turn your back on your sin and face And follow God. You have done this therefore you can speak to it.”
I’m unashamed to discuss topics that we all struggle with, to move past strongholds and live in freedom.
“Because Megan takes the past and learns from it, applies biblical principles to it, and lives the present based on those biblical principles. Remembering the past but not living in the regret of the past and allowing the light that those biblical principles brings to her life to shine on the women in her life. The truth of those biblical principles is what She shares that is showered upon those who hear her words so that they may in turn apply those principles. She not only recites the biblical principles but cites when and where she has seen them and lived them out successfully. But when she has stumbled she shares how she’s still gotten back up.”
Our lives may change but God’s word doesn’t – I talk about real life and how to apply God’s word to our every day struggles.
“Your differentiators are your transparency and vulnerability. You are honest and relatable, you know you are not “you” on your own. You share your struggles and your triumphs. and when you fail – you still show up and admit that you are human and not perfect and need God’s help. You are open, welcoming, and unconditional. You love sooo well like Jesus and that comes pouring out of you effortlessly: it’s your gift, being the real deal, genuinely loving, and honest – good bad or ugly. That’s why people care about what you have to say..you don’t just talk the talk. It is evident by everyone in your circle and how many people you are loved by that he is IN you.”