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All great changes have been preceded by chaos or challenges by design to develop healthy, spiritual and positive belief systems. God uses pain to challenge anyone who desires to change and master life skills and principles to develop an excellentMoreAll great changes have been preceded by chaos or challenges by design to develop healthy, spiritual and positive belief systems. God uses pain to challenge anyone who desires to change and master life skills and principles to develop an excellent attitude. We invite you to apply the disciplines from collaborative, creative and imaginative presentations from Cheryl, educators, a criminal justice officer, a child development specialist, business administrators, editors and spiritual leaders designed to provide a colorful, scenic route for your journey.Challenged to change is a journey of perseverance and tenacity designed to guide you through the darkness and voided places back to the presence of love and light for an abundant life. When windows of opportunities are opened we have two choices: either accept Gods challenges to become better and follow his path of love and light or ignore and resist his beckon call and live with negative consequences of anger, bitterness and low self-esteem.Cheryl Foster leads the way through her transformation process while stressed, stretched and in transition. She acknowledges that life is a gift, but living requires an art form or life skills. She served her church in various leadership capacities and the community as a Christian and public school teacher, HIV caseworker and chemical dependency counselor. She was honored when reverend Alfred Coward requested she join him on the local television program as an advocate for battered women. This window of opportunity always opens her heart.Today, Cheryl travels home with her husband Luther, of twenty-three years, to enjoy precious time with her golden-aged mother and her siblings in Detroit, Michigan. She has resided in Youngstown, Ohio for thirty-one years and enjoys her time with Luther, their daughter and son-in-low, Elder David and Sister Juanita Thompson as well as their four grandchildren, grandson-in-law and three great grandchildren and numerous spiritual sons and daughters, godchildren and two special spiritual granddaughters, during their quiet seasons of life. Presently, she serves as a leader in spiritual and personal growth and development, networking with learning institutions, churches, correction facilities, therapists and businesses offering cutting-edge resources that foster improving the quality and longevity of life.