Who's got time for "yada yada yada?"


You deserve presentations which are relevant, clear, substantive, and engaging. 

Watch the brief video and explore the options below.
You're always welcome to inquire about a custom topic!

Kirsten C.

“Can I just say today was awesome and you did a fabulous job! I had lunch with [student] and she could not stop talking about how wonderful your message and presentation were. Thought provoking and powerful. She was soooo impressed by how you had it memorized and it showed her that you were prepared.”

Lynn L.

“Stephanie speaks about life – the good, the true, and the beautiful – and the challenging, difficult parts. You will be encouraged to reach and embrace the life God has for you. All given with humor – and love.”

Keep Soaring: Don't Get Sunk by Heart-Seeking Missiles

(School Leaders & Teachers) 

Your impact truly is immeasurable, eternal, and irreplaceable. How do you maximize this for good? How do you keep soaring when there's so much coming at you?

Every profession has heart-sinking missiles. How do you avoid becoming a casualty of those which target teachers?

You can soar with practices fueling your  vibrancy and vision!  

Mission Audits for Success: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

(School Leaders & Teachers) 

 You know the state of your school's finances and enrollment statistics. But what about your mission?  Is it a bright north star or a dusty wall plaque?

A mission audit is indispensable to long-term success. You'll learn the fundamentals of how to conduct one in an introductory session or be supplied with step-by-step instructions in multiple workshops with Q&A opportunities.

Hot Seat Faith


Have students asking about Christianity and its relevance to real life? In a live Q&A format, they'll be able to ask questions, and I'll answer with authenticity, sound theology, rational thought, compassion, and respect. And if I don't know an answer, I'll say so! 

Mission: Impossible or I'm Possible


Tiny changes can cause titanic shifts. Mindset affects anxiety, insecurity, and depression. Not a rah-rah session for believing in God's existence, pursuing one's passion, or being tolerant of others. Rather, an exploration of the Biblical truths about mindset and how small -- though not always easy -- thought changes create seismically different outcomes. 

Hold Your Horses: Training Kids to Bridle Their Will

(Parents, Home Educators)

Parenting is like training a wild horse. You’ve got a creature ruled by appetites and resistant to submission.

How do you train your child to bridle their will so emotions and desires don’t just run wild? By teaching how to use and care for their bridle -- their thoughts. 

You'll understand the relationship between the mind, will, and emotions and how to be a trainer, passing the reins successfully to your child when the time is right.



~ Just for Home Educators ~ 


Reach the Summit While Still Breathing: How to Homeschool and Live to Celebrate It

See the "Home Educators" page for details!


Look at Me: Three Lenses Wise Parents Use

(Parents, Home Educators) 

You want to raise children committed to earthly excellence and sacred significance. Yet 1,000 voices clamor, "Look here! This is the right set up!"

Can't earnest efforts just be enough? (Well, no.)

Using photography as a metaphor, you’ll be encouraged and energized to focus with wisdom. You'll develop your calling to parent with clarity, courage, and compassion.

Because I Read So:  Parenting Boldly from Biblical Principles

(Parents, Home Educators) 

The Bible is the “Greatest Parenting Book Ever Written!” While verses of direct instruction are few, from Genesis to Revelation, God the Father models how to raise and relate to children.

Parents will value actionable insights from Bible stories and passages. No perfect-kid formulas or sets of legalistic rules, but principles empowering moms and dads to point to Scripture and parent boldly “because I read so.”

Encourage and empower your staff, parents, and students! 

(Student messages are designed for middle school and/or high school grades.)

Be creative! A schedule could look like this:

~ Thursday evening: Parents (Because I Read So: Boldly Parenting from Biblical Principles or Hold Your Horses: Training Kids to Bridle Their Will)

~ Friday morning chapel: Students (Hot Seat Faith or Mission: Impossible or I'm Possible)

~ Friday afternoon: Staff (Keep Soaring: Don't Get Sunk by Heart-Seeking Missiles or Mission Audits for Success: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You)

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