Marsha Roscoe, Founder & President of Breathing in Christ

Writer, Speaker, Podcaster, Teacher, Spiritual Director, Ordained Minister, Spiritual Wellness Coach


With a deep commitment to holistic well-being and spiritual growth, Marsha Roscoe has dedicated her life to guiding others on a transformative journey towards a more intentional, meaningful relationship with God and others. Growing out of personal challenges and a longing for purpose in the chaos of modern life, Marsha founded Breathing in Christ in 2014, later becoming a community for those seeking to rediscover God’s abundant life through the integration of spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional well-being habits and practices.

Professional Journey

Trained as an ordained minister, spiritual director, and wellness coach, Marsha brings a unique blend of skills and insights that shape her approach to holistic spiritual life coaching and consulting. With Jesus as the model, she focuses on intentional living and holistic habits to shape our moments and our days, emphasizing the interconnectedness of spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Founding Breathing in Christ

She has witnessed firsthand the toll that the relentless pursuit of time can take on mental, emotional, and physical well-being. In 2014, she founded Breathing in Christ as a response to the pervasive challenges of contemporary life. Inspired by her own quest for deeper meaning, Breathing in Christ has grown into an online community that provides oxygen for exhausted souls, reveals God’s unconditional love, challenges societal norms, and supports our authentic spiritual journey. She is a passionate advocate for Jesus as a model for how to live, inviting members to embrace intentional living and rediscover the abundant life promised in scripture.

As an ELCA-ordained minister, spiritual director, and trained wellness coach, Marsha draws from rich spiritual and wellness backgrounds to guide individuals on their own unique journey.

Marsha holds a master’s degree in Ministerial Studies from the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg (now United Lutheran Seminary) with concentrations in spiritual formation and missional outreach.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from Elizabethtown College and an executive certificate in nonprofit business development from
Notre Dame University’s Mendoza School of Business.