I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me -Philippians 4:13

Before starting their own business, David and Sharron had no previous background in entrepreneurship. Embarking on such a huge undertaking with little insight about what’s to come could’ve been scary. Self-doubt, fear, the possibility of failure and thoughts of the unknown could have stifled their follow through, but it didn’t. Even with all the potential negatives, the Coleys started their journey with their heads held high, eyes on the prize and assurance in their hearts. If asked about where their confidence stemmed from, they openly share that their resolve to succeed had nothing to do with them and everything to do with their faith. By the time they chose to start a business, both David and Sharron had garnered enough life experience to know that every triumph they’d encountered over the years was piloted by God, whom they place full trust in. That faith powers them to imagine the unimaginable and conquer the unconquerable.

The Coleys often share personal testimonies of how their relationship with Christ has connected them to the joys of the present. They hope others realize that only the heavenly father, who by the Grace of God, allowed them to reach the prosperity that they’ve experienced thus far. David stresses that it’s his job to paint the picture of how far he and Sharron have come in life and be completely honest about the reason they’ve been blessed.

As a child, David’s father wasn’t in his life. He watched his mother endure financial stress while working alone to provide for her three boys. As a young man in military college, he struggled academically to catch up and keep up. But through God’s grace, David went on to become an amazing father, successful entrepreneur and even graduated college third in his class with military honors. In all three areas (parenthood, business and service) God turned adversity into accolade. Genesis 50:20 says, “You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives.” He took every challenge that David faced and used it to impact others, and for that, the Coley family is eternally grateful.