Meet the Woman Behind House of Axios
Kaylee Estes has always had a desire to help people achieve and become the person that God wants them to be. She believes that everyone is worthy* in God's eyes and wants to help them see that as well. Her philosophy boils down to encouraging, equipping, and empowering others. Currently, she does this through sharing her thoughts in her blog and soon will also do this through her coaching using the Enneagram.
Kaylee has a total of over 20 years of professional experience. Her first 15+ years were spent in the legal world, from being a receptionist to a Director of Operations. After getting her Masters of Leadership at Denver Seminary, she spent the last 5+ years in paid ministry at a local church. She used her philosophy of encouraging, equipping, and empowering others to triple the groups at her church in just 3 years. She also helped start an appreticeship and coaching program as well as a recovery, divorce care, and marriage enrichment ministry.
*"Axios" means worthy in greek.