I have a passion to share with others about finding beauty in unexpected places. These are topics I cover when I am invited to speak.
Beauty in Brokenness
Sometimes, the pain and hurt of life drag us into a hole. In our moments of brokenness, God is waiting to pull us out of the hole, and transform our lives.
Beauty in Understanding (Special Needs)
I have discovered great beauty as I parent 2 precious girls with special needs, but what about those that are not familiar with the world of special needs? What can you do if your friend’s child is diagnosed with a disability? What words of encouragement can you offer? Are there things you should not say? What can you do to help? Let’s talk about how you can be present and available to a friend who is dealing with their child’s diagnosis, and to a friend who has an older child with special needs. We will also talk about some of the misconceptions and misunderstandings that surround special needs in order to help you better understand what our everyday life is really like. In this interactive presentation, we will engage in an open dialogue and you will have the opportunity to freely ask any questions you may have. Disability is all around us. When we look at those that are different, we begin to see the places in our hearts where we need change, and suddenly, we look at disability in a different way. Let’s all learn together!
Beauty in Adoption
The good, the bad, and the ugly. An honest approach to adoption and the many ways that you can be involved.
Beauty in a Life Transformed
This is where I share my personal testimony of how God has transformed my life.
I love going to schools and talking to kids or college students about Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and Disability. (Elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, child development classes, genetic classes, therapy students, medical students, or school staff). We all need to know about those that are different.
If you would like me to come and speak at your event or school, contact me.
Radio interview for Hope’s Not a Crime