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If what you have read is encouraging to you, please share.

Also, Hillary would love to speak at your group.  Below is a list of topics she can speak to:

 

MOPS/WOMEN

To The Full

Proverbs 31:25 describes the ideal godly woman as one who is clothed in strength and dignity, laughing or smiling at the future (depending upon the translation).  I cannot think of a better description of a woman living life – To The Full.  But, how do we become women who can laugh and smile at the future?  Even when life doesn’t seem happy or funny.  Hillary will explain what it means to be women clothed in strength and dignity who laugh and smile at the future, regardless. 

Burn It Down

Oftentimes we allows circumstances, lies and labels to define us.  It’s time to identify these misconceptions, Burn Them Down and replace them with truth.  It’s time to embrace not who the world says we are, but who God says we are.  To walk boldly and confidently in our True Identity in Christ!

Find Your Fire

The call to Find Your Fire hinges upon two factors: 1. Knowing your Purpose and 2. Knowing your Identity.  Hillary will explain in detail the importance of Knowing your Purpose and Knowing your Identity so you can in turn encourage and impart truth to those in your spheres of influence.

Free Indeed

Jesus didn’t come just for our salvation, he came for our freedom. So, we can live daily in freedom. Hillary will examine the MOPS’ theme verses Luke 4:18-19, a passage that has come to embody hope and freedom for Hillary in her faith. Hillary will challenge you to trust God with whatever you may be facing because – “This is God’s year to act (Luke 4:19 MSG)!”

 

Adults

Hillary will share her experiences and how God redeemed the darkest season of her life, completely transforming her faith and view of God. She can tailor this talk to emphasize several topics including, but not limited to:

  • The Freedom of Forgiveness
  • God’s Relentless Love
  • Our Identity in Christ
  • Hope
  • Kindness
  • Seeing God’s presence even amidst our darkest moments and seasons
  • Rejection

 

Middle School, High School or College Students – Faith Based

“Studies have shown that ages 12 to 34 are the highest risk years for sexual violence and that females ages 16-19 are four times more likely than the general population to be victims of these crimes.”1 The facts are daunting, but the only way to prevent future victimizations is to spread awareness – the earlier the better. Hillary will share her experiences and how God redeemed the darkest season of her life, completely transforming her faith and view of God, as well as speaking to:

  • What is Sexual Assault?
  • Is Sexual Assault just a women’s issue since most victims are women?
  • Consent
  • Coercion
  • Grooming
  • Predators
  • Healthy Relationships
  • The Freedom of Forgiveness
  • Purity
  • What if you’ve already gone too far?
    • Hitting the “Reset” button
  • Being proactive and an advocate for yourself and your friends
  • Risky Behavior – certain behaviors have been linked to an increased risk of sexual assault
  • Resources for Sexual Assault Victims
  • Life after Sexual Assault – seeking help and moving toward healing
  • Facts and Statistics regarding Sexual Violence pertaining to teens and young adults
  • An open forum for Questions and Answers

Grade School – Faith Based

Hillary will share a message of empowerment to young people about their value and worth in Christ. She will emphasize:

  • Prince Charming is real
  • Jesus loves you
  • Jesus pursues and fights for you
  • Jesus died for you
  • Jesus came to make every bad thing untrue
  • God created you with purpose
  • God wants to give you hope
  • We can’t do anything to earn or lose God’s love
  • A list of Biblical truths of how God sees us – our true identity in Christ

Middle School, High School or College Students

“Studies have shown that ages 12 to 34 are the highest risk years for sexual violence and that females ages 16-19 are four times more likely than the general population to be victims of these crimes.”1 The facts are daunting, but the only way to prevent future victimizations is to spread awareness – the earlier the better. Hillary will share her experiences, as well as speak to:

  • What is Sexual Assault?
  • Is Sexual Assault just a women’s issue since most victims are women?
  • Consent
  • Coercion
  • Grooming
  • Predators
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Being proactive and an advocate for yourself and your friends
  • Risky Behavior – certain behaviors have been linked to an increased risk of sexual assault
  • Resources for Sexual Assault Victims
  • Life after Sexual Assault – seeking help and moving toward healing
  • Facts and Statistics regarding Sexual Violence pertaining to teens and young adults
  • An open forum for Questions and Answers

Grade School

Hillary will share a message of empowerment to young people. Everyone has value and worth. Nothing anyone can do to you can rob you of your value and worth. Everyone is unique and uniquely gifted. Our voices matter, should be heard and respected. Each of us gets to dictate what happens to our own bodies.  “No” should always be respected.

  1. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics, Sex Offenses and Offenders (1997).

 

SCHEDULE – 2019

 

January 24th

Find Your Fire

MOPS Group

Paradise Valley United Methodist Church, Paradise Valley, Az

 

February 6th

Forgiveness

Navigators – New Eve Bible Study

University of Arizona, Tucson, Az

 

April 4th

Burn It Down – The Lies We Tell Ourselves

MOPS Group

Christ Presbyterian Church, Goodyear, Az

 

April 11th

Burn It Down – The Lies We Tell Ourselves

MOPS Group

Crossroads Nazarene Church, Chandler, Az

 

October 24th

To The Full – She Laughs

MOPS Group

Foothills Community Church, Tucson, Az

 

2020

 

May 1st

To The Full – She Laughs

MOPS Group

Hope Church, Tucson, Az

 

Testimonials:

“Thank you so much for sharing your story…your kindness, courage, and strength were such an inspiration. Thank you for your bravery and strength to be open and reveal the work the Lord has done in your life.” – Ariel

“Wow, what a powerful story of how God has worked in your life!! What a witness of God’s love and mercy you are…it definitely shines through you!!” – Polly

“Wow! Thank you for trusting God and choosing to deal with your hurt his way. What a story you told. It was a perfect story of healing and hope. You were able to help so many.” – Glen

“Your story is so powerful! Thank you so much for sharing life with us and the way the Lord has taught you hope!” – Kelsey

“Your story is a wonderful testimony of faith and you are an amazing speaker…It’s such a powerful message of hope for women, young and old.” -Susan