So, here’s the thing…I’m a pastor’s wife, a mom and a ministry leader.  I have a heart to reach women and the lost.  I want to make a difference in someone’s life.  I want to help them experience more Jesus.

I was raised in a small town, but live in the big city (at least for a small town girl).  I’m probably over-transparent, most definitely an over-sharer and brutally authentic.  I consider myself an encourager, a leader and a learner.

I’m a graduate of Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary where I hold a Master’s Degree in Christian Education and currently serve as the Women’s Minister at Willowbrook Baptist Church in Huntsville/Madison, Alabama.  I have been involved in ministry for more than 20 years working with both teenagers and women.

My greatest passion in ministry is to open the Word with women and let the Holy Spirit transform hearts…including my own.  Married to and serving on staff with a pastor, has provided me a unique perspective and opportunity to share the hurts and joys of women and their families.

Don’t get any ideas that I’m somehow not doing real life. I’m forever folding underwear, unloading the dishwasher and hunting for my people’s lost stuff.  Speaking of my people: I’m married to Jared and we have two delightfully silly children, Kati Ann and Kie.

I love to laugh, spend time with my family and eat tacos and guacamole.  My all-time favorite moments are date nights with Jared and loving on my kids.

3 comments found

  1. My how you have grown!!! You know me as Kathy Honea – Emily and Katie’s mom 🙂 I love your post and will be following you on your journey. Much love and hugs and of course prayer 🙂

  2. Very strange..I just had someone purchase a piece of furniture from a Craigslist posting. When she arrived and heard my Alabama accent in Cedar Park, Texas, she started a conversation about how my family found ourselves here. That led her to mention your family and your recent move from Alabama. We moved here from Decatur, AL two years ago for a ministry position. Just felt like hearing that you are where I was such a short time ago can’t be coincidence. I’ll be praying for your family as you transition to your new life in Texas!

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