I speak about the effects of shame that keep women from living out their victorious calling. I teach women how they can get free from the shame-cycle and walk fully in restoration and grace.
Through the pain and suffering over my own story and the victory I’ve found I’ve been able to encourage others to dig deep into who they are in Christ, and find the victory in their own story.
Passionate about storytelling and helping others develop their stories, I speak love and truth into the lives of those I speak to through scripture, life experiences and the way that God is using my own personal restoration.
I’d love to share my story while encouraging and calling women to action in their own stories at your next women’s event!
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Teaching from 2 Corinthians 5:16-21 I will walk your women through where they are finding their identity in the world reminding them that the names the world calls them are not the names God calls them. Attendees will receive a black stone and a white stone and will be lead through an interactive exercise at the end of the event.
I believe that God desires full restoration from the shame the world pin on you in your hard story. Restoration begins in relationship with Him.
- Restoration: I believe that God desires full Restoration from the shame the world pin on you in your hard story. Restoration begins in relationship with Him.
- Freedom: I believe that Freedom comes in the midst of restoration when we begin to let go of the strongholds the world has on us.
- Grace: I believe that we are so undeserving of the Grace the Lord has given us, but He desires for us to relish in his unending grace.
- Victory: I believe that victory is the place we find ourselves when we allow ourselves to experience freedom, grace and redemption in our God stories.
I love talking about what it means to lay your mask on the altar and what life looks like when you shed the masks and walk freely as the person the Lord has called you to be. Interactive piece includes an opportunity for women to lay their masks at the altar.