I began speaking on public stages in high school, and unlike the mass of humanity who finds the experience of public speaking terrifying, I am somehow powered by a rush of adrenaline. I absolutely love communicating ideas I am passionate about.
Over the years, I have spoken on a variety of topics to a wide-range of audiences- everything from educational conferences to church retreats. But a few years ago, I began feeling a nudge to use my skills as a speaker and educator, to connect with the hearts of women in all stages and circumstances of life.
In my journey I have found that many women are desperate for greater transparency. This inspired me to “stop sitting on my grace” and share my personal stories of redemption with others. In doing so, doors continue to open which allow me to inspire other women in embracing wholeness.
I am not afraid to open my closet and share personal failures, heartaches, and victories. I am passionate about the hearts of women and enjoy cheering each of us on in taking new steps of faith. My heart is to refresh, inspire, and equip with real answers for real life.
Jenn also speaks as a mother-daughter duo with her daughter, Laura Lambert.
This Mother- Daughter Duo is perhaps one of the most unlikely you’ll find. Laura never thought she would grow up with a mother, and Jenn never thought she would become a mom.
Yet in June of 2006, Jenn married Laura’s father Kirk–a single dad raising 13 year-old Laura and her two siblings. Through all the challenges of a blended family, the two became mom and daughter, and best friends along the way.
Their story not only showcases God’s redemption of all things broken, but also His knack for surprising us with more than we could ever ask and His abounding grace.
Both former teachers with degrees in psychology and education, Jenn and Laura have experience working with at-risk and underserved populations. Jenn and Laura love exploring behavior and human needs, and applying God’s design and support in these areas.
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