9.24.21: “Reaching Across Generations,” LIFT (Leaders in Fellowship Together), Phoenix, Ariz.
- Go Get Your Life: Create a life defined by faith, freedom and the lost art of FUN! (Signature talk)
- Learn to Stand: Shifting your weight to the only foundation strong enough to hold it
- Discover your Purpose: Step into the beauty of your calling with a sense of joy and destiny
- It’s Not Fair! Trusting God to hold you when you hold the short end of the stick
- The Risk/Reward of Reconciling Relationships
- Living with Joy Amid the Tension of Dysfunction
- Are Boundaries Even Biblical?
Go Get Your Life! Shift Your Feet (Finding God’s Foundation) / Train Your Ears (Listening to God’s Voice) / Free Your Hands (Worshipping in God’s Presence) / Use your Voice (Ministering in God’s Name)
Living Beyond Your Labels: Ignite your true you by kicking shame, comparison, and crutches to the curb: Identity Thieves / Identity Truths / Identity Outcomes
Just Open That Book: Learn How To Make God’s Word Come Alive In Your Life: Tips, Helps, and Hacks for Getting Started and Staying Steady / Diving Deeper / It’s All Greek To Me
Contact, Bio, All the Things
Speaking and Interviews: For bookings and other inquiries, please contact Laurie directly, here.
Represented by: Cynthia Ruchti, Books & Such Literary Management
Short bio: Laurie Davies helps women of all ages set bags down that God didn’t ask them to carry. Often this baggage stems from hard or dysfunctional relationships—topics she speaks on from various angles—helping women recapture faith, freedom and the lost art of fun. Laurie has been featured in Chicken Soup for the Soul and The Joyful Life magazine. Her writing can be found at lauriedavies.life.
A journalist and marketer-turned-ministry leader, Laurie Davies has been writing since her advanced composition teacher told her in 1989 that she broke too many rules. Laurie worked as a journalist and marketing professional for 25 years before making the next, obvious career move—a leap into vocational ministry as the women’s ministry director at Grace Community Church in Tempe, Ariz.
She recently stepped away from that position to focus on writing and speaking full-time. Laurie helps women recapture faith, freedom and the lost art of fun. Laurie is working on her first book and her writing can be found at lauriedavies.life. She lives in the Phoenix-area with her husband Greg and her son Morgan, who is the best story she’s ever written.