All of my topics have been a result of special requests. I am open to new topics and your theme, provided I feel qualified and comfortable with your subject and have ample amount of time to prepare.
Most requested speaking topics
Something out of Nothing (Grief Talk)
While in a season of grief, Mary discovered that she could make something out of nothing. She will help you find blessings in your life on those most difficult days in a season of grief.
Dare to Dream
“What you dare to dream of, dare to do.” Sarah Jane Shoaf. Learn how to follow your dreams and be motivated to accomplish them by aligning your dreams with God’s will for your life.
Bloom Where You're Planted
God calls us to Bloom through adversity, Bloom with laughter, Bloom in the silence, and Bloom in Spirit. Mary shares biblical truths and her personal testimony as she walked through some difficult days as both a sister and a servant.
The Woman God Sees
Do you see yourself as God sees you? Mary’s personal stories and scripture will lead you through these four biblical truths: You are Chosen. You are Precious. You are Loved. You are God’s Royalty.
A Christian Farm Wife's Perspective
As a woman who wears many hats, from farmwife, to speaker and author. Mary shares her struggles as a newlywed on the farm and how they learned to build their marriage around Christ, even on the most stressful of day.
Faith, Farming, and Career
As a farmwife Mary shares farm statistics to increase awareness about farm life. She shares how faith, farming and her career all intertwine and work together for God’s glory.
What is Your Legacy?
You can either have a negative impacts on the lives of others—or a positive one.
Knight in Shining Armor
Jesus was a Knight in shining armor to the Adulterous Woman. Who is your hero?
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