About Us

the word changes

I started "the word changes", in 2014, after experiencing some serious health, family, and work issues.  It was a time in my life when I wanted to give up. I had multiple hospitals admissions due to a rare autoimmune condition that I suffer from.  I was at the end of my rope. I was ready to die.  BUT, it was the encouraging words, prayers and support I received from my family, church and friends that got me through that tough period of my life. After getting through what I thought I never could, I wanted to share with others what I received. I wanted to use words to encourage and motivate people to create a change in their life. 

Through the word changes platform, I seek to inspire, to ignite change, to bring clarity, to reveal purpose, and to bring you to that AHA moment!  I believe WORDs are the vehicle for this.  WORDs affect us, they explain our past, our present and our future.  A single WORD is powerful.  It can provoke thought.  It can change the direction of your life.  And that WORD, that oneWORD can transform over time, it can take on a new meaning, as you live life that WORD can change. 

oneWORD. Transforming lives.

Through the word changes mission I want to transform lives! It is my belief that we are here on earth to make the lives of others better. I want to use my platform to do that.  So, two-thirds of my profits will go to charities and causes that are transforming the lives of those they serve.

 

WHAT I OFFER:

I offer encouraging, thought provoking products such as t-shirts, mugs, greeting cards, a handbag, necklace, and our song, "One Word."  As the word changes grows I will continue to add items in line with my mission. 

 

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Peace,
Antoinette