Sandra is a wife, mother of three and grandmother of eight. Her delight is her family especially the ones that call her Mimi. Sandra knew from the time she was in the fourth grade that she wanted to be a teacher so she pursued her dream and received her BSE and MSE degrees. Public education was her career until she retired and began serving her greater passion, Jesus Christ by teaching Bible studies and classes using many venues including print, face-to-face and online. Following the Lord’s leading, Sandra’s journey led her to create the online website and ministry – My Journey of Faith Ministries.
Find out more about Sandra at: https://sandrahardage.com
Professionally, Carissa is a Licensed Masters of Social Work and has worked as a Clinician in child and family therapy before leaving the workforce to serve her family as a stay at home mother. Carissa’s favorite past time is traveling and spending quality time with her husband of 14-years, Matt, and their three children ages 10, 9, and 5. The great passion of her heart is studying and teaching God’s Word and she longs to make that passion contagious for others. Carissa is currently in her final year of working towards a Masters in Biblical and Theological Studies through Dallas Theological Seminary.
April has a background in Psychology and Counseling and has 10+ years in healthcare. She is currently enrolled at Dallas Theological Seminary and is a stay at home wife and mom to three children. In her spare time, April enjoys writing, exercise, and spending time with family and friends. Her strength and passion is in encouraging women to rise above every setback and circumstance to fulfill the destiny for which God has purposely placed within them.
Check out her blog at: iWillbeginagain.com
Vickie Petz Henderson, M.D. practiced obstetrics and gynecology for nearly twenty years, delivering over 5,000 precious babies at all hours of the day and night. Perpetually living in high gear, her life came to a screeching halt when she was diagnosed with a rare neuromuscular disease called myasthenia gravis. Previously able to pedal her bicycle one hundred miles in one day, she sometimes struggled to walk one hundred feet. Though her life was turned upside down, she believes she was disabled to be enabled to pursue the true desires of her heart – writing and speaking.
She is the author of “Dressing the Wound: Give Yourself the Gift of Forgiveness.”
Her personal blog “My Right Side Up Life,” encourages others to find the blessings in adversity.