Katrina Hasman has an associate degree in Community Developmental Disabilities Associate which she received from Western Technical College in LaCrosse WI. She has worked with adults and children with varying disabilities, including autism. She also has completed the training for Dr. Nedley’s Depression and Anxiety Recovery Program. She enjoys sharing with people the very good news of Jesus’ crazy love for them, helping individuals realize that Jesus WANTS to connect with them, to help them carry the load and burden.

Why did you choose to do coaching?Ā 

I like to share with people that we are not alone, we have hope, we have help in Jesus. I wanted to be a coach because I thought it would help me personally and I want to help others to think more positive about themselves, that by faith-ing it they can see their value in Jesus and realize that they can help and be a positive influence to other people too. I appreciate Jennifer, her ministry and family. I resonate with what Abide does for others, sharing gospel truth to help in everyday life, leading to eternity. What coaching does for me is helps me learn about life, helps me realize that I’m not alone, helps me stay focused on Jesus and looking to Him for everything! I just want to be a channel of His light. There is a great need to reach out to others who feel hopeless and helpless and I want to be a part of it.

How do you recharge on your day off? 

My favorite things to do are being with my 4 children and husband, doing family. Also I enjoy artsy stuff, walking, singing, learning from others, gardening and practicing listening. I like thinking about how much God loves me and what that looks like practically.