Whether speaking to large groups or small, Stacy connects with her audiences with conviction, truth and vulnerability. If you are interested in having her speak into the lives of the women in your group, please use call her at (720) 620-8822 or use the contact form.
Below is a sampling of Stacy’s current speaking topics, but she always customizes her talks to your group’s specific needs. If you have a topic in mind, but don’t see it below, let her know and she’ll see if it’s something within her expertise.
New for 2013!!
Unlocking the Secret to Contentment
Did you know there’s a secret to being content, and it’s much easier to unlock than we think? Women will learn how our grumbling affects God (and why we need to stop!), grasp an easy-to-apply strategy to become more grateful, receive practical tools and encouragement to stop comparing ourselves to others, and rid ourselves of anxiety.
Is contentment even possible, and if so, what does it look like and how do we obtain it? This talk will help you discover how to:
- Become grateful for what you have
- Eliminate things that steal our joy, and
- Teach our kids how to become more contented (when applicable, such as at MOPS groups)
Let’s face it, the worries of this world can easily weigh us down. Stacy prescribes three remedies that:
- Diminish anxiety
- Increase gratitude
- Reduce the power of fear in our lives
Dress to Impress: God-Style Fashion
Would you believe the Bible tells us to wear binoculars, a towel, a soft sweater, a broken watch, and a robe while holding a mug and a stuffed animal? Okay, maybe not exactly in those terms, but the Godly attire described in Colossians 3:12-14 can be likened to all of the above. By donning this wardrobe, women have:
- Become more peaceful
- Found greater satisfaction in relationships
- Increased their patience with their kids and loved-ones
Preserving Our First Love
Forsake: to leave, disregard or neglect. This is what the church in Ephesus did to God–and He held it against them! How can we prevent the same from happening in our lives? Stacy offers four practical tips to:
- Safeguard and deepen our love and devotion to the Almighty
- Protect us from the temptation to neglect God’s role in our lives
- Increase our awareness of God’s jealousy and ensure we remove anything that competes for His affection
Discovering Humility Through Adversity
Have tough times, deception or betrayal left you with your fists drawn or ready to strike back? Stacy has. She shares some of her testimony, while equipping women to:
- Hope again
- Allow others into their pain
- Love those who hurt them
Victim or Victor: Keeping Past Difficulties from Negatively Defining You
Unforgiveness and bitterness can paralyze and cripple. Stacy provides ways to help us overcome these and other obstacles while claiming the gift of abundant life.
Contentment on Your Writing Journey
Will we only be happy once we create a website, get a book published or become a bestseller? Is it possible to find contentment despite rejections, disappointment and long periods of waiting, and if so, how?
There is a reason why God commands us to remain sexually pure (and it isn’t just to take our fun away). Discover God’s purposes for purity.
The Silence of God (Christmas)
400 long, quiet years were interrupted by cries of the newborn Messiah. Come relate to those who believed God to be far-off and be transformed by the incredible truth that God Is With Us.
Preserving our First Love (Easter)
Same as Preserving our First Love above with the addition of a dramatic narrative recounting the Easter story from the perspective of the disciple John.
To listen to podcasts of Stacy’s radio appearances, click on the following links:
- Living Joyfully Free with Lisa Buffaloe (12/17/12) Stacy’s testimony
- The Good News with Angie Austin AM 810 (3/21/13) (on weight loss, how to punish kids, and an inspiring story)
- The Good News with Angie Austin AM 810 (3/18/13) 8 women share about the pros and cons of running their own business or ministry
- The Good News with Angie Austin AM810 (12/10/12)
Stacy’s “parables were so incredibly fantastic and real that it really brought the deep stuff to the surface, not only for me, but our whole table: tears, joys, laughs, concerns and mostly prayer.” ~Michelle Cartwright