Hi!! Do you have any idea how glad I am to see you? Just picture me with a smile on my face, fired up about the great things happening in the Make A Difference Mondays community 🙂 Yep, that’s me and that’s the truth. So, thank you for being here! This place wouldn’t be the same without you, and it wouldn’t be the same without the amazing women I want to introduce you to today in this MADM Meet & Greet #2. You can hear their hearts and read a bit of their stories in their own words below. Please cheer them on with me in the comments and take a few minutes to read more about them on their own web homes today. If you are inspired to share and would like to participate in the next community Meet & Greet, send me an email anytime at email@example.com. Thanks friends!
Jennifer Fischer is a filmmaker and digital arts educator. Her latest film is SMUGGLED, a multi-award winning immigration film. Fischer also writes about her experiences as a mother of two boys (ages 3 and 5) at The Good Long Road focusing on mindfulness, sensory play and kid lit. She brings her film and education passions together through Spotlight On Hope Film Camp, a free film camp for pediatric cancer patients run by her production company, Think Ten Media Group. She is also a member of the Social Council for No Kid Hungry. You can connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+.
For the past two years, Amy L. Sullivan looked harder, loved stronger, and discovered more by fixing her gaze on something other than the person staring back at her in the mirror. Amy is the author of When More is Not Enough: How to Stop Giving Your Kids What They Want and Give Them What They Need. It’s a non-fiction, Christian book about living a generous life as a family. Amy writes for oodles of print and online publications and loves speaking with groups of any size. Connect with her online at AmyLSullivan.com.
Holly Young blogs at Cartwheelsdownthehall.com. Cartwheels Down the Hall is a Lifestyle blog about faith, marriage, friendship and home. She lives in a tiny house with a red front door with her husband and their two dogs. She recently took on the role of Women’s Director at church, and is excited to see what the future holds. Holly enjoys riding her bike, crafting, and traveling with her husband. She’s also never met an avocado she didn’t like. You can find her on Instagram @cartwheelsdownthehall and on twitter @HollyCartwheels.
Hello, I’m Bethany and I find joy in the small things in life at The Southern Couture. There is a certain happiness and satisfaction in imagining a new craft or project and then being able to create it yourself. I enjoy craft projects from sewing, paper-crafting including cards and stamps, mod podge, Cricut projects, scrapbooking, and just about any other craft you can imagine. Even as a young girl, I enjoyed crafting and being able to learn new skills. This love has continued to grow over the years.I am always planning for the next DIY décor, gifts, recipes, and much more.
Hi, I’m Tara Sanders the blogger behind “Vintage & Soul.” I combined my love for all things vintage with my passion for cooking and social justice. I have had other blogs before, but this one I think best emulates who I am at the core. You can find me atwww.tarajsanders.com. When I am not blogging, I enjoy collaborating on creative projects with my super talented graphic designer husband, singing on our church’s worship team, and sipping cappuccino at hipster coffee shops. I have a huge heart for women and have recently started volunteering at a crisis pregnancy center where God has opened my eyes to vital needs in my own community. Those women have shattered my preconceived ideas and taught me to love unconditionally especially when it’s hard. Also, we are expecting our first child in February of 2015, so life is about to get even more exciting!
Hello, my name is Kerry and I own Livi Joy (http://www.livijoy.storenvy.com). I am wife to Denny, mama to Alivea and Toby, and I am passionate about orphan care and adoption. We are a family built by adoption and we desire to see more people encouraged to open their hearts and homes to orphans. The goal of our family business is to partner with another family who is currently adopting and walk with them on their journey. We sell tees for the whole family in our online store and every purchase helps our partner family.
Hi! I am Stasia and my little corner of the Internet is Our Life on a Budget. My husband is a college pastor and we have a daughter who is 18 months old (a little firecracker if I do say so myself). My hope is to share Christ with people through our family, frugality and life tips. That reading would be an encouragement and motivation to action. BLOG | FACEBOOK | TWITTER | IN