Do you have a group that is ready for true encouragement and inspiration? Are you looking for a speaker with depth, humor and a new perspective? Is it important that your speaker stand firm on the complete inerrancy of God’s Word?
My speaking journey started 8 years ago as the Interim Director of Women’s Ministry at Liberty University. There, I started a Bible Study called TruthBeTold with the mission to provide better answers for college-age women. Over the next two years TruthBeTold’s weekly attendance surpassed 200. This developed into keynote speaking. I have since spoken at nearly 100 events throughout the U.S and am comfortable with all types of events, age groups and group sizes.
As a speaker, I am defined not by a few topics, but rather my conviction that the truth will set us free, and my unique style. Depth, authenticity, and honesty mark my teaching as I dive head-long into life and faiths most challenging questions. Providing better answers, the truth, soaked in grace, is always my goal.
While I do have a few signature talks, I address all modern issues as they relate to preventing us from living radically, noticeably free lives in a culture that is anything but. I am happy to choose a topic or create a talk around your chosen theme or you may choose from talks that I have done in the past.
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FREQUENTLY USED TOPICS FOR WOMEN’S EVENTS
Overcoming Stress & Anxiety, Ending People-Pleasing & Perfectionism, Allowing our Emotions to Lead Us to Greater Intimacy with God, The Princeliness of Suffering, Singleness (Dating & Sex), Identity & Confidence, Women in Leadership, Humility, Trusting Vs. Faith, Living Present, Joyful Now, Releasing Shame & Guilt, Called to Lead with Love, Embracing Grace, and more
TALK OPTIONS FOR YOUNG ADULTS
The Power of Purity: How God’s Design for Sex Give’s Us Peace, Courage and Confidence
But Why: Smart Kids Wanna Know, Why Should I Follow God?
The Greatness of Humility: Ending Entitlement
Failure Is an Option: God’s Approach to Failure, Success, and Resiliency
A Life Worth Living: Finding Purpose in a Selfish, Sad, and Scary World