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Sunday, October 7, 2007

Speakers


Cindy Beall is a Christ follower, husband lover and children raiser who lives smack dab in the middle of Oklahoma. Her passion is writing, her calling is mentoring women and her primary gifting is exhortation. She uses her past experiences, including the near death of her marriage, to encourage people that God truly does redeem. Her mission is to help women make Jesus more than just a part of their life but to help make Him their life. (Col. 3:4)

For further information check out Cindy's blog: Cindy Beall
or email her at cindybealldotcom@gmail.com.



Natalie Witcher believes that next to having food and water everyday, people should have a good belly laugh! Using wit and truth, Natalie teaches the Word of God with passion. She has a love for His Word and a greater love for the relationship He has with His people. If you’re looking for a mid-thirties speaker who folds laundry like you and might have time for a shower, then you’ve found your girl!

Feel free to check out her blogs at I AM (not) and Stiletto Army to contact her. Also, you may contact her directly at nwitcher2208@gmail.com

Natalie lives in Edmond, OK with her husband, JT and their three girls.



Amy Bayliss knows life isn't always a piece of chocolate cake although she does have that standing prayer with God! She has been through a thing or two in her life but has learned to always look for the hand of her Father and to celebrate the welcomed and unwelcomed experiences alike. She has a gift for helping women to understand themselves and their Savior. She is robust and real; compassionate and energetic; and it is her joy to encourage women through every season of life.

Amy resides in the heart of Cajun Country with her husband and their three boys.

For more information check out Amy's blog: AmyBayliss.com and her ministry website: In Pursuit of Proverbs 31 or email her at: inquiry@amybayliss.com.



Elaine Bateman’s journey thus far, has been a remarkable survey in God’s continual grace and sufficiency.
The youngest daughter of Cuban-Venezuelan parents, she migrated from her family’s homeland to America when her father retired from active service within a branch of the United States Central Intelligence Agency.

During those early years living in south America at a U.S. sponsored residential base - Elaine came to know Jesus Christ as her Lord and her Savior.

Like most of us, Elaine could not have known that in just a few short years - her faith would be shaken to its foundations by a series of personal family tragedies. It would become her reliance on the promises of God’s Word that would keep her steady in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.

From the murder of her beloved father at the hands of an angry young man to the loss of a “Christian” marriage to remarriage and mothering a very large blended family of 18 - Elaine has seen the hand of God gently leading her home to His grace, mercy and truths.

40 years since her profession of faith in Jesus Christ - Elaine remains a vibrant example to many young women; living the example of Godly maturity as a wife, mother and mentor to younger women all over the southeastern United States.

Today, Elaine is a featured writer on “Internet Cafe Devotions“; a Christian online women’s news magazine and a sought out speaker at women’s conferences.

For more information check out: Elaine's Blog or email her at: creemos@gmail.com.


Tracy Berta’s passion for the Lord is contagious! Her heart’s cry is to lead women to a more intimate relationship with the Lord through prayer, reading His Word, and walking as free women in His glorious Light.

Through honest, warm, and Biblical teaching, Tracy encourages and inspires women to pursue an authentic, passionate relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Her desire is that women are not satisfied with a life of mediocrity, becoming comfortable in the “world,” but that they live abundant, transformed, joy-filled lives. Tracy shares her personal story of childhood tragedy and adult failures through examples that have audiences laughing and crying.

Tracy leaves in Iowa with her husband and five children.

For more information and a list of speaking topics, visit tracyberta@mchsi.com

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Blogger BarbaraJean said...

It sounds to me like you Ladies have the Wealth of the Holy Spirit to offer. I pray for many open doors for you to minister the Hope that is within you to those who see no hope in these days in which we live.

Serving with you, BarbaraJean

February 11, 2009 at 3:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love what you doing for GOD..this is awesome!!!

October 23, 2009 at 3:22 PM  

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