Have you ever had the feeling that God has spoken to you in subtle ways and molded you to become a better version of yourself?
I’m Regina and this is my Walcraft story.
A couple of years ago, I moved back to my home country embarking on an entirely fresh path. The times were challenging, but the person I became as a result of this struggle understands the value of even the littlest thing. Through those hard times, I found a way to get back on track.
I recall going to church and praying fervently, asking God to bestow upon me a journey of discovery. To my surprise, He honored my prayers the following day through Sean. Even though I have no experience in the field at hand and was unfamiliar with the concept of working remotely, I realized right away that God had brought me to this. I gradually regained control of my life, made it through
and was constantly reminded that God had my back. He won’t let me fall.
I have always viewed Walcraft as an opportunity to grow, improve, and understand the lessons hurled at me. I view the trust that they have given me as a chance to take on new challenges and grow into my role which is why I am always reminded of the hard work that I’ve put in and will continue to put in.
Knowing that every member of our Walcraft family has their own story, their humble beginnings, how some of them committed offenses and emerged again. Every achievement and failure, every moment of strength and weakness, is a reminder that we are all flawed, yet it is our imperfections that make us beautiful. This is why Walcraft is fascinating on its own. It’s the people and their own unique stories.
Every time I hit a bump in the road, I am always reminded of my purpose. And so every single day, I am using that drive and motivation as fuel. Walcraft was my little miracle during the time I needed it the most. I had a plan but God had a better one.