Mondays With Moms: Making Our Mark ~ MOMs Feeling FabYOUous

Posted by on Sep 18, 2016 in Coaching With Corby, Empowerment, Monday With MOMs, Pure EmPowerment | 0 comments

Feeling fabulous isn’t always easy especially for busy MOMs who are running here and there.  Children are precious  but sometimes they happen to throw up on you, pick their nose and wipe it on you or toot in a close radius.  Those are not things that make a MOM feel fabYOUlous … Right? Right? Every MOM knows that kids, tweens and teens keep us on our toes and sometimes so busy we don’t feel we can take care of ourselves. Some may even say it isn’t necessary to feel fabulous and that...

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Moms Making Our Mark ~ Raising Prayer Warriors

Posted by on Aug 22, 2016 in Bold And Beautiful You, Care of Body and Soul, Coaching With Corby, Corby's Healthy Living Guide For A Fit, Empowerment, FabYOUlous | 0 comments

Equipping Your Sons and Daughters To Become Mighty Intercessors for Christ I am working hard to raise The SONs to be Power Prayer Warriors. However, as a Power Prayer Warrior myself, I can raise The SONs to be Mighty Intercessors for Christ and that is just what we are working towards doing around our house. Exposing our children to prayer at an early age is one of the most important things we can do besides introducing them to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. My prayer is that all Power Prayer Warriors...

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Parent’s and Teens and Tweens ~ Keep Talking, Talking, Talking

Posted by on Aug 16, 2016 in Coaching With Corby, Empowerment, Family, Kids, Parents, Pure EmPowerment | 0 comments

Ok, Teens Keep Talking Please and most importantly keep the lines of communication open. The bottom line is … Talk to your parents. Talk to your pastor. Talk to your mentors. Talk to your Coaches. Talk to your teachers. Talk to those that you know you can trust to give you sound Godly wisdom,  Everyone has advice and everyone has an opinion.  But the important thing is who are you getting your advice and wisdom from.  Ask and seek guidance from those you know have greater wisdom than you do and those who...

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Celebrating My Father and My Very First Prince

Posted by on Jun 16, 2016 in Empowerment, FabYOUlous, Thankful Thursdays | 0 comments

My father was my Prince Charming and I adored him.  On November 10, 2010, my precious prince quietly left this earth to spend eternity with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. And he was welcomed in the arms of my mother, the reigning Queen of his heart, who passed away 15 months ago. Daddy treated me like a princess.  He did things a prince would do for his princess. He bought me a horse when I was just 6 years old, built my brother and I the best puppet theater any child could ever want.  He loved us.  He...

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Thankful Thursday ~ Coaching and Ministering in Tulsa!

Posted by on May 26, 2016 in Care of Body and Soul, Coaching With Corby, Corby's Healthy Living Guide For A Fit, Empowerment, FabYOUlous, Pure EmPowerment | 0 comments

Coaching, Ministering and Supporting Women in Tulsa at The Miss Oklahoma Pageant and First United Methodist Church Corby Carlin Winters Master Certified Christian Life Coach, Speaker, Writer, Evangelist Presents Fit, FabYOUlous and Fierce ~ Top Tips to Living Life in your Passion and Purpose June 11, 2016 ~ Saturday ~ 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Continental Breakfast First United Methodist Church ~ Thomas Hall Ladies we want to invite you to put aside the laundry, chores, and the distractions of your life. Join...

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Still sayng goodbye to my mother and my Best Friend

Posted by on May 5, 2016 in Coaching With Corby, Empowerment, Grief, Healthy Living, Inspiration, Parents | 0 comments

My grandmother used to tell my mother that she ( she being my mom ) should not get mad at her, because she was her first friend and her best friend.  Grandma Scheiderman wasn’t talking about the chummy or buddy friendships.   No, this was the forever friendship.  The friendship that endures through thick and thin .  The “I will stand by you forever friend” and “I will believe in you always, even when no one else does friend.” My mother had carried on Grandma...

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