Meet Queen Zenobia
Your past can often be a cage that keeps you from experiencing the freedom God intended for you. The wild stallion, Zenobia Jackson, a.k.a. Queen, would know because she didn’t grow up in the perfect home—if one ever existed. Her upbringing was marked by hardworking parents who did their best as functioning alcoholics to meet all of Queen's needs.However, its dysfunction led to her running away from rejection and doing anything and everything to avoid failure—at the cost of living in pain within herself. As a free-spirited individual, Zenobia had no direction, which trapped her in a pattern of life that so many of us never get out of—live according to a design that we were not made to function well in—try your best to survive as long as you can.
And Queen's survival came from always doing what she wanted to do.She was a woman who would not be told what to do. That was until she met Jesus. The redemptive power of the gospel changed her life and brought her into submission to the Holy Spirit. Change is no easy process. It involves a painful but joyful struggle with God, who works to conform us into the image of His Son, Jesus Christ. The beauty is that you don’t have to do it alone.
Zenobia Jackson and her eight-week Growing Into Greatness group coaching program tackle two life-changing questions: How do I partner with God in my business? and how to create and capitalize on opportunities for the marketplace. Zenobia's 1-on-1 coaching programs are designed to renew the spiritual and emotional aspects of your greatness in the areas of self-care, family, and marriage. Queen is committed to helping you define your unique purpose and live in the greatness that Heaven has already prepared for you.
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Dancing is one of my passions. I even taught liturgical dance when I was 19!
I'm a foodie and will try almost ANY kind of food.
In a perfect world, I would spend more time traveling than staying home. Immersing myself in different cultures enriches my life.
I was nine months pregnant when I got married, and I delivered our son three days after the wedding.
I prefer costume jewelry over the real thing.
So....here are some fun facts about me
"Never be a prisoner of your past. It was just a lesson, not a life sentence."
I am here to help believers in Christ recognize, accept, and live in their outstanding gifts, talents, and abilities created and given by God.