A little bit about me
I have an LLB (Bachelor of Laws) and as an admitted attorney, I practiced as a corporate lawyer in various industries for many years, before responding to God’s instructions to become a Christian Transformation & Lifestyle Coach.
I have always loved to walk alongside people through difficult times in their lives, always looking to steer them towards a wholesome relationship with God. In my friendships and relationships, I was always that friend who wanted to ‘go deep’ and help people with their ‘issues’. I also always had a natural gift and love for studying and teaching the Word of God, even from a young age.
These natural inclinations, coupled with life experiences and God’s leading, brought me into my current work as a Christian Transformation & Lifestyle Coach who loves to see people live and thrive in the fullness of ‘the God-life’. I help individuals and groups to identify and make the lifestyle shifts that they need to make in order to discover, experience and display ‘the God-life’ which we were created and saved to live.
I love to travel, experience new places and make lasting memories with her loved ones. I love Gospel concerts and events, and I love teaching or speaking about the Word of God.
“I saw a problem in myself; I saw a problem in the world” – Coach Toyin
I grew up in a Christian family and became a Christian at a young age. I genuinely believed in Jesus but I spent most of my walk with God in a constant battle against sin, insecurity, inner brokenness and more of that nasty stuff. I could not understand why this supposedly all powerful Jesus, seemed to be powerless to deliver me.
Worse still was that I looked around me and found that many of Christians I knew had the very same struggles as I was having! Why would the world ‘buy’ our ‘Jesus message’ when we ourselves were not being transformed by it? Not to mention that so many of the atrocities we have seen in the world have been done in the name of this same brand of powerless and sin-filled ‘Christianity’! What happened to being ‘the light of the world’ or ‘the salt of the earth’? What happened to “he who the Son sets free is free indeed”?! How are we to do “greater works” than Christ did to deliver the world from sin, brokenness and disconnectedness from God, if we are pre-occupied, struggling with the very same nastiness err’body else is struggling with?
I wanted answers. I was tired of the struggle that was keeping me weak and carnal!