Our Community

 

A Victor's Voice is a living expression of God's love and comfort to a community of women who are transitioning into new realities after the NFL. We are a community of sisters; we are wives of retired NFL players who are connected through shared experiences. We come from all different backgrounds, yet we understand each other because we have similar journeys, a mutual suffering.

Our focus is TRANSITION after the NFL and how hard that is! We hope to speak comfort, truth and life into each other's suffering. Our mission is to connect women to a real voice, a real person and a real story in hopes for a real change in our lives. We want to be apart of God's help and rescue in this tough transition; we start by bravely sharing our story. We provide a safe place for women to do this through conferences, events and connecting women to women locally who have been through similar challenges. By being vulnerable with our struggles and hardships we can bring these unique issues to light in order to PREVENT SILENT SUFFERING. The prayer is to replace fear with HOPE, replace brokenness with RESTORATION, and replace the feeling of defeat with the VICTORY of Jesus.

  • Our PURPOSE: Proclaim Christ’s victory (in our stories and relationships) in the midst of suffering.
  • Our HOPE: Connect women, and facilitate relationships centered in Christ. We want to prevent isolation by providing women with life on life relationships. By sharing our vulnerabilities we bring forth the issues many struggle with, and many understand.
  • Our MISSION: Use our stories of suffering to comfort those who are suffering through similar issues. We know, understand, and lived/living through the issues of life after sport. We want women to invest into the lives of other women, to serve one another and be intentional about pursuing a Christ centered relationship.

“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.” 2 Corinthians‬ ‭1:3-4‬ ‭ESV