People come into your life for a reason, a season, or a lifetime. I’m truly hoping my friendship with Lynette is for a lifetime. I know our meeting was not by coincidence. It was a divine appointment by God Almighty. We met in a place of full disclosure or, in the middle of tears and fears of opening hidden doors of the past that cause too much pain. I don’t think I wouldn’t asked for a better setting to have made such a wonderful friend, in such a vulnerable state of mind. In a judgment free zone. When we finally opened up about our faith to one another, we just left, because we knew us meeting was part of something much bigger than we can imagine. I’m excited to embark on a new journey and the new adventures life has with this new blessing of a new friend, and sister in Christ.      By: Jaycee Ortiz-Tran

 

My encounter with Lynette Lealwalcott helped me through one of the toughest junctions of my life. Going through the hurt and pain of divorce had me very broken. I was feeling disrespected and at a point of losing it all. Lynette encouraged and guided me during this time and to be honest if she was not with me I don’t know what would have happened. Lynette always had a word for me. She reminded me of who I am and reminded me that  was a daughter of the Most High. She understood my fleshly frustrations. She spoke life in me at one of my lowest points in my life. I will always love her for helping me get through that time in my life.

By: Kally Kennedy-Numa