Expectations Lead to Our Creations
Updated: Oct 3, 2019
All of us have special and unique God given talents, and our worldview perspective leads us to tapping into our absolute advantage. During my life growing up, I had a great leader in my life that laid the foundation to the man I am today. The leader I speak of believed with all of her heart that I can do anything I set my mind to and she often told me this even though I did not believe it myself. My coach was always there for me through thick and thin even though I might not have wanted her there. My mentor showed me how to communicate with people and lead them in a way that was nurturing and fostered growth. My hero expected the best and would not settle for a "half ass" job! The leadership and expectation drove me to excel, and even though I wandered off the path that she led me to, I always found my way back because she left the light on for me! By now, do you know who my leader, mentor, coach and hero is?
My mom is so many things to so many people! She helps people without asking for anything in return, she shows me how to lead and inspires me everyday. She truly has a Heart of a Servant. My mom's expectations of me drives me to excellence. Everything I do, even though I may not be proud of it, she sees the glory of God. I love you mom and I appreciate you more than I can express.
If you would like to connect with Sherry Coffill, she has a food ministry and partners with Bread of the Mighty. My mom has faithfully been serving the families in the surrounding counties for years. Actually, she sent me this report this morning: September food report: Seniors - 340, Adults - 647, Teenagers - 188, Children - 329, Infants - 65, Disabled - 221, Veterans - 49 were fed in the month of September which was 483 families. All of these families were blessed through my mom's ministry!