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About Lydia

Lydia Clarke was born to a black Baptist mother and white European Jewish father. Because of her mixed-race heritage bullying and rejection were common occurrences throughout her childhood and young adulthood. The false identity that arose from this experience led her to believe she had no true purpose in life.

​Like many others, she began seeking fulfillment in ways that could never provide it, and acceptance through people who would never fully give it. Nothing and no one made her feel whole. It was not until she surrendered her broken life to Christ, that she finally found “real” life.

​Now, Lydia passionately dedicates herself to helping others discover who they are (including their gifts, talents, passion, and personality), their worth, and how and where they click. This allows them to walk in their purpose and find true fulfillment in various areas of their lives. She helps clients develop vision for their future and strategize steps for getting there.

​Lydia is a licensed minister, ICF-Certified Life Coach, and author. She has served as a leader and facilitator of various small groups, including married women, teens, and women struggling through post-abortion issues.

Her God-given gifts have been used also to lead corporate trainings in diversity, ethics, sexual harassment, and health and wellness. She is a graduate of the Labor of Love School of Ministry with certificates in Lay Ministry and Lay Leadership, and later served there as a faculty member. Lydia is also a public speaker and has spoken at conferences and has appeared on various radio and television programs.

​When she is not serving her community, Lydia loves on her five children, two daughters-in-love and son-in-love, spoils her nine grandchildren, and joyfully lives life with her spouse of 39 years.

  • Nevada, United States
Who I Help
  • Adults
  • Business Professionals
  • Christians and non-Christians
  • College students
  • Confused
  • Discontented
  • Dissatisfied
  • Newly saved
  • Successful people who know there is more
  • Teens
  • Those looking for purpose
  • Those unsure what to do next
  • Those who are dealing with transition
  • Those who feel stuck
  • Those who hate their jobs
  • Those who need help developing vision
  • Those who need to understand who and how they really are
  • Those who undervalue themselves
  • Those who want to do more but are afraid
  • Those with unfulfilled visions and dreams
  • Thos who have no idea what they should be doing
  • Unfulfilled