I love processes. I love to understand how things work. My passion for pursuing the WHY’s and HOW’s in life is the fuel that drives me to always learn. What I learn, I tell. I enjoy the opportunity to “tell others”!! Since I study processes, I see the logical steps to teach others.
It is cool to know the “WHAT’s” about life. But what good is the “what” if it has not positively affected my life? While that is always a goal, I usually focus on “Now I know the ‘what,’ HOW do I do it in life?”
I love the majestic concepts of God, but beyond knowing cool things about God, I want to know how to connect what I know about Him to my life.
When I learn new things about God, the excitement drives me to share. As a trained educator, breaking down abstract concepts to concrete and practical applications is important to me. Below are some of my favorite ways to teach about Jesus!
Workshops & Retreats
Learning is a group is always fun. As my schedule allows, I host workshops on topics that help us grow in life and in our faith. These may be in-person or online.
An exciting new adventure is “Growing Our Love Stronger” Retreats where couples will have time to get away from home and be guided through strengthening intimacy connections.
Details will be published in Heart Garden News. Be sure to sign up for my newsletter today.
I enjoy the intimacy of a small group setting. I offer various formats of small group studies that can be customized to fit the needs of your group on topics such as marriage, prayer, inner healing,
Connect classes are offered through our local church, Heartland Church in Carrollton, Texas. To register go to Groups | Heartland Church (theheartlandchurch.com)
To hear what I have currently in the works, contact me and we can schedule a time to chat.
I offer “Coffee Talk.” This is a one-on-one weekly Bible study at a local coffee house or on zoom. We will meet for 12 weeks to discuss the themes of the Song of Songs. The storyline of the Songs is the story of a Believer in the Kingdom to a Ruler with Christ of the Kingdom. Hidden in the metaphors of this allegory is God’s affection for us, His Beloved Ones. provides discipleship in Bible Study and mentorship.
Cost includes the workbook and my award-winning devotional study Encountering the Beloved King of the Song of Songs.
If you are interested in sharing about Jesus over a cup of coffee, contact me today!!