was converted in what was then known as the Daytime Ministry on November 11, 1986, where for many years, she
husband Kevin assisted as Bible Talk leaders and house church leaders before moving to Atlanta in 1993.
In Atlanta they continued to serve in the Arts & Entertainment ministry and now are family group leaders with the North River Church of Christ
is on a mission to tell stories that glorify God by giving voice to the voiceless, especially orphans and the poor, and by sharing good news.
A journalist for 25 years who has written for more than 75 national publications including The New York Times, Money and Business Week, she is the author of two books coming out in November: My Orange Duffel Bag: A Journey to Radical Change and Why Don't They Just Get a Job?: One Couple's Mission to End Poverty in Their Community.
also wrote Dream No Little Dreams, the authorized story of Clay Mathile and The Iams Company; How To Make a Buck and Still Be a Decent Human Being: A Week with Rick Rose at Dataflex; and ghost writer of Tales From the Top: Ten Crucial Questions from the World's #1 Executive Coach.
currently has four other book projects underway.
has been interviewed on Good Morning America, CNBC, CNN
, NY-1 and has done more than 50 radio interviews supporting book projects and magazine articles.
As Editor-in-Chief of Atlanta Woman magazine
first issue took the Gold for Best Single Issue out of 300 entrants at the 2005 GAMMA awards sponsored by the Magazine Association of the Southeast