About EDF and Tabitha
Every Day Faith Ministries is founded on John chapter 15:1-11 "Abide to Thrive". EDF offers tools and support to establish, maintain, and grow your Daily Word Habit in order to live by grace through Faith in the reality of our covenant with God.
EDF Study offers the Every Day Faith Podcast, the Daily Scripture Guide, and Live Bible Studies, to support you in walking by faith with the Holy Spirit.
I'm Tabitha, the founder of Every Day Faith Ministries. I believe that every believer in Jesus Christ is invited to moment-by-moment relationship with God through the Holy Spirit in order to live blessed because of our obedience to God. Believers may live in covenant blessing by BELIEF in the Words of God, and it is our daily time in the Word that keeps us fixed on the Truth. Romans 10:8-10, Romans 4, Galatians 3.
I am a certified faith-based Growth Coach. I am a ballet dancer and teacher. I identify with Type 7 on the Enneagram and as an ENFP a la Myers' Briggs. We live in the mountains outside Los Angeles, and we are the proud/exasperated dog parents of a Catahoula/Border Collie named Thora.
Certification and Training:
2015 - 2016: Green Zone Life Coach Training with Kathy Indermill.
2018: Certified Growth Coach through Lifeforming Leadership Coaching via Christian Coaching School.
I was homeschooled for 9.5 years by a mom who grew an organic garden, baked homemade bread, and believed in non-toxic products all before it was cool. I’ve had numerous varied jobs from trail guide through the wilds of Canada to a manager at a wedding dress store. I was diagnosed with a debilitating auto-immune disease when I was 24, but through the promises of God and holistic healing, I was healthy by the time I was 30. Once, I drove a teeny hatchback 10,000 miles from England to Mongolia with a team of 5 women as part of the 2016 Mongol Rally.
I felt lost for most of my 20’s. I battled border-line anorexia starting in high school. I’ve allowed myself to be used in an attempt to feel loved. I fight the fight against joy-stealing perfectionism. In the past, I have chosen momentary fun over my need to face hurts to allow them to be healed, which resulted in self-destructive behavior. I continually discover and confront fears that hold me back from living in fully as who God created me to be. I continually deepen my understanding of the world through Christ rather than through self.