Jennifer will speak to three women’s prisons: the Crain unit, the Riverside Unit, and the Sycamore Unit in Gatesville, Texas.
Jennifer will be speaking twice to 500-1000 incarcerated women, and U R More is partnering with The Goodness Project to gift each woman with The Invitation Devotional books and makeup […]
Jennifer speaks to pre-teen girls about their identity in Christ.
Jennifer speaks to students, administrators, and teachers of Christian schools throughout New Hampshire
Jennifer speaks to pre-teen girls at this one-day conference.
“There is a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing” (Ecclesiastes 3:5). I never understood this verse before. The world is in a reset. And how we […]
I have always loved public ministry. No matter the opportunity, I love inspiring women that in Christ, we can ALL have a new day. We can all turn a page. […]
It is because we are virtuous -- that we speak up when victimized. But this speech does not pour out in dramatic lies or exaggerations before many; we speak our truth to wise people in private first.
The kids are up. It’s time to make breakfast. The white jackets and unhappy faces worn by the women in Congress last night haunt me. They stood up and applauded […]
It can get messy trying to figure out how change really happens. When we don’t deal with hurts, when we bury or mask truth, things only get worse. The other day […]
I always seem to be writing out of the wrestle. The moment I think I’m the only one feeling pinned to the mat breathless, along comes other girls who say they feel pinned […]
They say another storm is coming. We huddle in; we cease to travel; we make soup. The way is blurry; we could slip on the ice; we don’t know what […]
Writing a book takes at least a year. Or a lifetime. Beautiful Lies took a lifetime of believing people measured my value. Broken by the lie that “I was what […]
The people I admire most are those that remain joyful despite the challenging circumstances they may be facing. As far as I can tell, joy is a choice. It is […]
When a woman who had led a "sinful life" heard that Jesus was having dinner in town, she crashed the party. Bold as she was, she did not approach him face-to-face. Instead, she stood behind him as he reclined at the table, tears streaming down her face.