Education: I graduated highschool from the New Covenant Christian Academy in Macon Georgia in 1985. Attended Brunswick College for two years to obtain an accounting education. (Don’t laugh... it’s all about numbers in the end... ie 3-7-40 etc...)
Comment to those looking at my sermons: May you be so blessed by His mercy and Grace all your days.
Sermon or series that made a difference: "Pay Day Some Day" Written 1969 by Robert G.Lee
One of my favorite illustrations: http://dl4.glitter-graphics.net/pub/132/132844x0ools5dzm.jpg
Family: I’m a wife, mother of three and very blessed by God’s mercy and grace to have such a wonderful, Godly and supportive family.
What my parents think of my sermons: They try not to think about them if they can help it.
What my spouse (really) thinks of my sermons: Actually, he’s not only supportive, he’s rather impressed by God. He knows first hand that I’m not personally capable of writing all that well. Ha!
Best advice given to me about preaching: "Just love those people, baby and God will take care of the rest."
Books that have had an impact: "Gifted to Serve" by T.L. Lowery
"Day of Deception" by John Hagee
Hobbies: I love writing new songs to sing before the Lord, writing books and sermons, teaching people about the love of the Lord and reaching out to those in need... particularly those who have not had the luxury of knowing Godly people on the personal level. It seems like, when we’re in sin, we’re so busy avoiding church people so we don’t have to give anything up, that we rarely realize that serving the Lord means you only give up what you didn’t need anyway, and in return, His blessings abound. There are a lot of Christians out there with a sour disposition, but some of us are happy and lead normal lives in Christ Jesus. It’s those kinds of Christians who can make a difference by placing themselves in the way of sinners who really need us. I also, paint, sew, and bake.
What I want on my tombstone: As for me and my house... we have served the Lord.