Hey, my name is Trinity. I grew up as a missionaries’ kid. As far back as I can remember I’ve been dancing like Janet Jackson, singing like Cece Winans and ministering like John P. Kee (at least in my head).
I was taught all the nice church girl things including sayings like “God is good all the time and all the time God is good.” I believed it until one day when I was 17 and my bubble was burst. I remember being told my mom was sick and may not make it. My family was also going through other turmoil that really shook me. So I decided to check out and went looking to fill the void in all the wrong places. Every time I thought I was getting somewhere in my life, I would be damaged some more.
At age 27 I became a mom for the first time and everything about me just wasn’t good. I was bitter, angry, hurt, ashamed and my new best friend was anxiety. I was busy trying to play the new mom and “I’m fine” part, but inside my heart was screaming for help. The darkness was unreal. A person can start to believe that this is how life will always be, just existing, and a victim of bad circumstances.
Three kids later I would hit rock bottom in my marriage, my mom fell ill again, my family was falling apart and I was experiencing poor health. I was sick and afraid to leave my home because the anxiety had swallowed me whole. Bankrupt in every way I cried out to the Lord to help me! At 34 years old he began to transform me. He would send women my way to help me find new ways of moving, cooking, eating, and he would give me a passion for his word, holistic nutrition, and all the fight to get well.
Two and a half years ago I walked into a dance fitness class with a little help from my friends and it sparked something in me that had been asleep for a long time. I kept coming and the Lord began revealing things to me all the while healing me. He told me that the darkness I experienced is not in vain, and it has molded me into who I am today and whom I need to be for his glory.
2 Corinthians 1:3-4 “Praise God for his comfort that he has given me that I would be able to comfort those in need with his love.”
Colossians 3:12 “Therefore as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience.”
After all, he has done for me I am living in the overflow of his goodness. I have to share this love, this life, my hope, my source of joy and strength! I began RIBB Fitness as an act of obedience and surrender to my Father’s will. It is my heart’s desire to take everything I have learned and been through in my life to love you well. I want to help you move your body through dance fitness, share the pearls of healthy living that have impacted me, and share in the joy of community in a way that brings spiritual and emotional freedom. I hope you’ll join me.