Crossing my Jordan

When I crossed my Jordan, the Atlantic, I began my new life. I cannot live without Jesus anymore. So I moved to Lynchburg, Virginia and started from scratch. I wanted to experience Christian thinking and lifestyle within the Bible Belt. So far, I have not been disappointed. I came across Christian reasoning on a daily basis, with friends, in the store, at the bank and even while car shopping. It is very refreshing!

I cannot continue my professional life as I did before, keeping my faith to myself and reasoning entirely in a secular way. I would just waste the opportunity of my new life! Christians have three responsibilities: to love God, people, and oneself. With my move, I am making God the centerpiece of my existence. To love people means to help each other. My wish is to support people by coaching them in new ways and thinking to deal with their struggles. I achieve self-love when I can do the right job with the right purpose within a Christian context. Hence, I am shooting for a triple win!

I feel well prepared for my new task. My professional background is broad and profound. I have worked in Healthcare (intensive care nursing), Finances (investing services), and Operations (hospital management). Marketing (medical devices), Web Services (design, programming, and database management), and Innovation (market research and consulting). I have multiples degrees: MBA, Bachelor in Economics, Bachelor in Mathematics, Diploma in General Nursing, and Certification in Intensive Care Nursing. I learned much more on my own, and keep abreast of new theories, methods, and technologies.

I am putting my knowledge and experiences in a Christian context to help you cross your Jordan!

2 thoughts on “Crossing my Jordan

  1. I have really enjoyed reading your blogs today and am ready to apply your teachings in my life. My family has encountered many struggles and I can’t help but wonder what is going wrong. I am a 50 year old mother of 4. My husband and I have been married for 21 years and it has been a struggle.

    • Dear Colleen, thank you for your nice words. Jesus gives us peace and a new look at many things, even at struggles. I will pray for your family that you find the solutions you need.

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