50 SHADES OF FAVOR
William E. Sessions, Jr. turned 50 years old on Friday.
Surely, he’s basking in the glory of a moment that only God arranged to transpire.
“I’m liking this 50 thing already. Happy Birthday to me,” Sessions wrote in a Facebook post just before midday EST on Friday. “God is so greatttttt!”
A spirited, enthused post that was accompanied by the hashtags, #It’sNotOver and #I’mHereBecauseofCalvary, amongst the reasons that Sessions is especially giddy about reaching the big 5-0 is due in large part to the fact that God continues to steer him to the divine destiny for which he was created.
MORE ON SESSIONS’ BFF, INC: https://www.facebook.com/BestFootForwardInc/
Consider, for instance, how Sessions, a Mount Olive, North Carolina-area businessman, has gone about providing an entirely unique twist to the acronym, BFF.
Although BFF is commonly referred to as one’s “Best Friend Forever,” Session has appropriately made this familiar acronym apart of his business venture.
A native of Washington, DC, Sessions is the mastermind behind “BFF, Inc.” his credible nonprofit organization.
Widely known as Best Foot Forward, Inc., Session’s BFF provide is designed to provide others with strategic, effective information that will great enhance and add value to their life, particularly through his efficient motivational speaking, life coach lessons, workshops and seminars, spiritual enlightenment, as well as through his involvement in community events — many of which are geared toward helping to empower, enrich, and strengthen the lives of others.
Powered by the slogan, “Speaking Words Of Life,” BFF’s goal is to provide clients with the wisdom, knowledge, and proven experienced techniques that’s required for you to make it to your next place of destiny, Sessions told Making Headline News this week.
For Sessions, his rise to evolving and ultimately finding his niche as an accomplished Life Coach and Peer Support Specialist emerged amid a trying season in his life, he acknowledged.
“The competitive drive in life that propels me for this business comes from the determination and hard work that I faced at the end of a nearly 15-year (cocaine) addiction. (I’m) desiring to restructure and put meaning back into my life, but with little-to-no information on who I was, what I was created for, and what to do next, I began a fight that I now fight every day, the struggle to get and stay free from addiction.” — William Sessions of BFF, Inc.
To his credit, coupled with the divine calling on his life, the more that Sessions fought, the more he began to discover he had been strategically set aside for God’s use.
Because, after all, God was the Ultimately BFF he so desperately needed, especially during what was a dark season in his life.
“I got back in school and I created a more intense relationship with God,” said Sessions, sounding very much like a man who’s back and better than ever. “I faced much verbal abuse, persecution, and some setbacks, but with coming in contact with the right people and acquiring proven techniques and the knowledge I scarcely gained along the way, I was able to go from a homeless cocaine addict who were counted out by many only to realize that God had another plan for my life.”
And you wonder why God has, quite frankly, been Session’s Ultimately BFF from the outset — even when this addict-turned-businessman had struggled mightily to find a sense of direction in this thing called life.
Today, unlike never before, though, Sessions is fully persuaded that his calling is such that God has assigned him to reach back and help others rediscover their purpose.
AND THE BIBLE SAYS…
“That’s what I want to do with BFF…to help others put their Best Foot Forward and to also know that with BFF, we will definitely become your Best Friend Forever,” Session said.
Now that his nonprofit organization is in full operations, Sessions is now being afforded golden opportunities to share of his assortment of life-changing testimonies.
On May, 11, for instance, Sessions and his team will host a community wide event known as, “Living To Be A Better Me.”
An event that will take place from 2 to 6 p.m. EST at Herman Park Center in nearby Goldsboro, North Carolina, professionals — particularly those who struggle with physical well-being, financial freedom, mental well-being, and spiritual enhancement — will be able to share and dine with each other, during which they will discuss how to become what Sessions calls, “a better me.”
“Everyone who wishes to thrive in 2019 needs to be present,” Sessions said.
Having been inspired by his uncle, Elder Levoin Troublefield, and his mentor, Clifton Smith, among others, Sessions is overwhelmingly grateful that God has strategically arranged for him to walk in his purpose — this after having pressed and persevered through arguably the darkest season of his life.
“What I like about the vision and business that God has given me is that I’m able to see lives drastically changed, because someone cared, said Sessions, whose ventures accommodates people and groups of all ages and ethnicities. “It is the greatest feeling in the world to have others come back and tell you that they were moved or positively changed by the things you’ve spoken or assisted with in their lives.”
Because, after all, that’s what friends are for.
Best Friends Forever, that is.
For more information about North Carolina Businessman William E. Sessions, Jr. of Best Foot Forward, connect with him via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/BestFootForwardInc/. Also, email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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