“What makes my heart sing?” asks Carol. “Speaking to groups looking for messages that include humor and hope that speak to today’s challenges by pointing to God’s Word.” She says, “I think women need to laugh because life is challenging, but I also think they want to go deeply into God’s Word and find out how to live in the middle of relationship struggles, difficult choices, and hidden fears. Women are longing for authenticity and practical strategies for living out their faith. I’ve spoken at large arena events for Women of Faith, Extraordinary Women, and Women of Joy.
I’ve also spoken at medium sized venues and in small, intimate gatherings. It’s a joy to do women’s conferences and retreats for churches, and sometimes my husband Gene and I team-teach at worship services. I’m also available to speak at fundraising events for nonprofit organizations.”
Staying Power: Building a Stronger Marriage When Life Sends Its Worst
By Carol & Gene Kent and Cindy & David Lambert
Too often, when a life crisis hits, a marriage suffers--even a healthy one--and all the personality profiles and couples' therapy in the world won't keep your marriage from experiencing the tough stuff. So how do you and your spouse face the stresses put on your marriage and not only stay together but come out on the other side even more loving and committed?
Carol and Gene Kent are the founders of SpeakUp Ministries, a unique channel of ministries consisting of the widely-acclaimed Speak Up Conference, wildly-appreciated Speak Up for Hope, and brand new October 2020, Speak Up Growth Groups. Carol's passion is to equip speakers and writers, encourage inmates, and empower leaders. For more information, click on each ministry for details.
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