Popular Presentations

Jennifer enjoys speaking to audiences of all sizes and ages. Though she often speaks on topics and themes assigned by ministry leaders, some prefer to select one of her previously given presentations. Here are some of her most popular keynote topics:

Popular Presentations:

God’s Beautiful Mosaics–Allowing God to Mold Our Broken Pieces Into Radiant Works of Art:

We all long to be known deeply and loved completely, to know we’re treasured and accepted despite our flaws and brokenness. In Christ, we have that. Often, when we look at ourselves, condemnation reigns. But God calls us His masterpieces. (Eph. 2:10) He knows everything about us–our selfishness, brokenness, and all those things we try so desperately to hide, but He also knows what we can become, if we’d but surrender to His artistic hand. In this three-part presentation, Jennifer encourages women to live in the beauty of grace, because that’s when our radiance shines.

Part one: Recognizing the masterpiece within

Part two: Surrendering to the Artist’s hands

Part three: Living on display

Fighting Anxiety So Peace and Rule:

Jennifer understands anxiety. Having long battled one of the most debilitating forms of anxiety–obsessive compulsive disorder–she knows that skin-prickling, stomach-knotting, insomnia-producing sensation that comes when one’s thoughts won’t stop spiraling. In desperation, she’s cried out for relief and diligently searched the Scriptures, and in doing so, she’s discovered biblical tools that point to freedom and relief. In this 30-45 minute presentation, she digs deep into passages like Colossians 3 and Philippians 4, sharing her struggles and God-given triumphs with transparency that encourages, inspires, and empowers women to take active, progressive, and continual steps to overcome anxiety so God’s peace can rule.

Christmas Brunch Topic: Finding Calm in the Crazy:

Christmas seems to come sooner each year, and the pressure to do-do-do can be enormous. But if we’re not careful, our efforts to make everything perfect can steal our joy and peace. In this 30 minute, humorous presentation, Jennifer uses life examples and a look at the life of biblical characters who’ve been on the crazy and calm side of life to share insight on how women can find calm in the crazy.

Making Meaningful Connections in an Overbooked, Impersonal World:

Women are lonely. We long for close connections, crave them–were made for them, but often struggle forming deep and lasting relationships. Even the most seemingly confident and put-together woman feels isolated, excluded, alone, and inadequate. There are three key reasons most women have difficulty in this area. In this 30 minute humorous yet poignant presentation, Jennifer shares examples from her life and biblical characters who lived in isolation and community to present simple yet effective tools women can use to form deep and lasting friendships.

The Making of a Writer:

If you have a passion to write, God lit that spark within you, and He knows exactly what lays ahead. In fact, He’s fully committed to perfecting all that concerns you. In this 50 minute presentation, Jennifer talks about the ups, downs, and turn-arounds in the writer’s journey and why every step is designed, by Christ, to bring out the writer’s best and lead them on the path God Himself mapped out for them.

Living Out Your Call:

If we belong to Christ, we’re chosen and called to greatness. God has entrusted us with the most precious, most powerful words known to man–the gospel. At this moment, God is equipping, molding, stretching, and guiding us so He can use us to create ripples of love, peace, joy, and hope. The question is, are we complying? In this 45 minute presentation Jennifer shares the ways God grows us to fill our call and how we can cooperate with Him for maximum eternal impact.


Heart-to-Heart Parenting:

As our family discussed our daughter’s university options, nagging fears began to arise. Soon, she’d be gone, out of my reach and away from my direct influence. Would she continue in the faith we’d taught her?

Statistics tell us a large proportion of students leave the church around the time they leave the house. Many reasons are given, but I suggest those reasons are as unique as our children are. If we want our children to love and follow Jesus, we need to move past surface behaviors, parenting to their hearts. God, the one who formed their hearts and knows precisely how to connect with them on a heart-to-hear level, will show us how. If we’d but take the time to listen, surrender, and obey.

Diamonds: Living as Daughters of the King:

We are cherished, redeemed women of grace, treasures to Christ and meant to shine with His brilliance. But so often, we allow past wounds, regrets, shame, and negative thinking to hold us back, hinder our joy, and distort the radiant glow from within. In this 30 minute presentation, I remind women of who they are in Christ, how He views them, and how He’s molding them to shine, unhindered, for His glory. Using personal stories and the analogy of diamonds, I encourage women to strip off the false labels they’ve accepted and to rest in who they are in Christ, allowing Him to shine, unhindered, through them.

A Broken Marriage Transformed:

Our marriage, which had started with roses, candy, long slow dances, and silly golf dates, had quickly turned into a battle ground. Fight after fight we tore each other to shreds, until one day, my husband said the unthinkable: I don’t love you. I went numb as a visceral response shuddered through my shocked frame.

Could our marriage survive without love? Could anything undo the mess we’d created?

Yes. Christ could and did, and He longs to do the same for you.

A Heart to Receive: 

This powerful monologue of the Samaritan woman followed by a discussion of God’s healing love experienced through Christ-centered community will encourage women of all pasts, fears, and circumstances to experience God’s love for them through the fellowship of a close body of believers.

From Surviving to Thriving:

In 2011, I got sick. Things got worse before they got better, and as a former athlete, I had to re-evaluate who I thought I was.

If you have a long-term or chronic illness, you can probably relate. It sideswipes us, shatters our defenses and what we once thought were our strengths. But it is then, when we are at our weakest, that God meets us, wraps His tender arms around us, and shows us who we are in Him. If you struggle with chronic pain or illness, God wants to meet you in your darkness with His love, strength, and grace. More than that, He has a role for you–a beautiful, eternal, soul-saving, heart-healing role–that you, in your weakened state, can uniquely fill.