My Story: Chuck and Kathy Bentley

Enjoying the Journey

When Senior Directors Chuck and Kathy Bentley of Colorado Springs, Colorado, discovered Reliv, it was an answer to a prayer. Chuck, now a worship pastor, had been self-employed as a musician for years while Kathy worked as a stay-at-home mom and home-school teacher for their five children. The demands of a big family left them unable to save for retirement or the kids’ education and even brought on some debt. Continue reading “My Story: Chuck and Kathy Bentley”

My Story: Kirk and Katie Leadbetter

Business Bounces Back

Senior Directors Kirk and Katie Leadbetter of Anchorage, Alaska, know firsthand how resilient a Reliv business can be. “For a long stretch, life events prevented us from fully operating our business,” Katie explains. “Yet somehow it stayed intact. Now that we’re able to devote more time, things are booming!” Continue reading “My Story: Kirk and Katie Leadbetter”

My Story: Vohn and Tami Martineau

Building Success Around Five Busy Boys

Vohn and Tami Martineau of Gilbert, Arizona, have five boys ages 11 and under, so growing a business takes some planning. “I was introduced to the products by a friend, and found help with my depression,” Tami says. “Our second son, Gray, has autism. I put him on Reliv and over the next five weeks, we saw dramatic results — and he has continued to thrive. Continue reading “My Story: Vohn and Tami Martineau”

My Story: Larry and Jolynn Morris

7 Kids, 5 Jobs, Zero Time

Before Reliv, Larry and Jolynn Morris of Spring, Texas, held down five jobs between them to make ends meet for their family of nine. Larry had two side businesses in addition to his full-time job as a food broker: lawncare and vending machines. Jolynn taught piano and offered childcare. Continue reading “My Story: Larry and Jolynn Morris”