Marking Transformational Points of Your Journey with the Powerful Personal Symbols of RM Jewelryby Geri Swingle | Thu, 12/10/2009 - 16:54
The founder of RM Jewelry just happens to be my Lil' Sis' - aka Shell-Bell! Along with being Shell's sister, I am a Christian Life Coach, Instructor and Speaker (www.wholewomanministry.com). My passion is helping others find theirs - to journey with women as they seek out their God-given "sweet spot", that unique purpose that God specifically designed them for.
Since 2005, I have used the very personal message of the RM symbols to mark the transformational points in my clients' journeys. It is wonderful to be able to find a pertinent, scriptural message for each unique woman who God brings across my coaching path. Without fail, they are overwhelmed with the intimacy of the gift and its message. To be able to actually wear a reminder of God's unending faithfulness and love that's beautiful to boot! And the jewelry creates a natural conversation starter when they wear it. The opportunities to share a piece of their faith story come easy and often.
Two years ago, my husband (Ron, who is also a Christian Coach, among other things) and I, left everything we knew and moved across the country in response to a vision God gave us both - what He had for us in our second-half of life. Ron and my mission is to help men, women and married couples discover their “sweet spot” by facilitating and coaching them to excel beyond their own limitations. Our ministry is The Retreat at Hidden Treasure (www.retreatathiddentreasure.com). We minister via phone coaching, personal LifePlanning retreats here in Durango Colorado, teaching seminars and workshops and speaking at retreats in churches.
If you or someone you know would like to explore having a "professional partner" on your purpose journey or experience a LifePlan Retreat or have us in to your church, please contact us via our website.
Come visit us in Durango, Colorado and we'll help you mine the hidden treasure in YOU!
Blessed to play a part~
Geri (and Ron) Swingle