Molly is available to share more of HER story as part of GOD’S story in the hope that it might connect with the WORLD’S story: grief, pain, and brokenness redeemed by Love, Grace, and Joy.
If you would like Molly to come speak at your event, please click the Contact link above and fill out the form. You will receive a prompt reply!
Molly has shared her story in gatherings such as small groups on a Thursday night, youth groups or women’s conferences on a Saturday, and to church congregations on a Sunday morning.
“Molly is a passionate and inspiring speaker, helping others who are learning to deal with loss, pain, and teaching them to grieve well in the midst of their struggles. She has a true gift for communicating with those in tough seasons by sharing her own personal journey of pain and loss in an incredible way. She is a gift to the church in an area that is so crucial in the life of every person. Molly was able to effectively speak life and truth into so many with such authenticity and power. We enjoyed having her share with us and highly recommend her.”
-Philip Falke, Church of God Ministries (Anderson, IN)
“Molly’s openness and honesty were refreshing and her walk with God is inspiring. As she shared her journey with our women from college-age and up, the Lord used it as a catalyst to spur personal reflections about the Lord and deeper conversations with one another”.
-Wendy Standinger, H2O Church Women’s Ministry Coordinator
“Molly came and spoke at our MOPS group on the topic of finding hope when enduring personal tragedy. Her message was both tragic and beautiful, while at the same time encouraging and interwoven with hope through a secure foundation in Jesus Christ. She spoke with warmth and grace throughout and left the audience with a desire to get to know her even more. I HIGHLY recommend Molly as a speaker. Her story needs to be shared with others and can absolutely change lives.”
-Kristen Moyer, MOPS Coordinator
“Molly was able to speak to women across all age groups and convey her great love for Jesus in a way that was real and poignant. She was able to convey the difficulty of her multiple losses and point the audience to God as the answer without denying the pain she experienced. Her ability to “find treasures in the dark places” and speak of heaven as our real home gave hope to so many of the women.”
-Nancy Hollister, conference attender