For over twenty five years, God has graciously used Dawn Scott Damon to touch the lives of people through her affecting personal testimony, her powerful ministry in music, her humor, and her writing. “I want to keep it real, open and authentic,” declares Dawn, “God moves through transparency and truth.”
Dawn's first book, award-winning When the Woman You Love was Abused, published by Kregel Publications, stormed onto the scene in 2014 and since then she's been continuing that journey with her subsequent books, When the Woman Abused Was You and her latest book, The Freedom Challenge: 60 Days to Untie the Cords That Bind You (May 2019) is a powerful mandate to pursue the freedom that only Christ offers. Dawn is the founder of When Someone You Love Was Abused national conferences, empowering and equipping survivors of sexual abuse, as well as their loved ones.
About the author: Dawn Scott Damon is an award-winning author, speaker, singer/songwriter, and 'Your Freedom Coach'. An ordained minister with the Wesleyan Church, Dawn is the lead Pastor of Tribes, a multicultural church in Rockford, Michigan, ministering to every generation. The founder of FreedomGirl Sisterhood conference and radio broadcast, she blogs at freedomgirlsisterhood.com. Dawn and her husband Paul have 5 children between them and eleven grandchildren.
Winner of The Golden Scroll Award, The Selah Award, Reader's Favorite Gold Medal Winner and The Christie Award.
Multiple award-winning author Shelly Beach is founder and director of the Cedar Falls Christian Writers' Workshop in Iowa and co-founder of the Breathe Christian Writers' Workshop in Michigan. She is the author of 12 books, among them are her latest, with Dr, Don Brake,
Shelly is a contributing feature writer for the Stewardship Bible, Managing Editor of the Hope for the Mourning Bible, and a much sought after conference speaker, writing coach, editor and ghost-writer.
Dr. Latayne Scott is the author of 20 books, including her most recent work, Discovering the City of Sodom (Simon and Schuster), A Conspiracy of Breath (TSU Press), What Will Be Made Plain (TSU Press) and her upcoming Protecting Your Child from Predators: How to Recognize and Respond to Sexual Danger (August 2019, Bethany House Publishers). She has also published articles and poems in secular magazines and in major Christian magazines, and she is the recipient of Pepperdine University's "Distinguished Christian Service Award" for her writing. Latayne is a representational thinker and a full-time writer, living in New Mexico with her husband of forty-five years, has two married children and .
Jolene Philo is the parent of a son with special needs and the daughter of a father with a chronic, debilitating illness. The author of two books about special needs parenting, Different Dream Parenting: A Practical Guide to Raising a Child with Special Needs (2011), and A Different Dream for My Child: Meditations for Parents of Critically and Chronically Ill Children (2009), Jolene speaks nationally about how to support parents of kids with special needs and how to offer practical resources and spiritual advice with families engaged in the rewarding and challenging task of raising a child with special needs.
Multiple award winning composer and founder of Music for the Soul, Steve Siler, says that this ministry was founded based on two firmly and passionately held beliefs: #1 is that Jesus is the compassionate healer, and #2, that music, particularly as expressed in a song, is one of God’s greatest gifts of communication, with the power to speak healing straight to people's hearts where words alone can often fail. These two beliefs are combined to create unique DVD/CD resources that help people engage with the truth on difficult issues. “Ultimately, our goal is that no one should ever feel alone. We want people to feel known, understood, and loved by others –and by God.”
Dr. Beth Robinson, Ed.D., is Assistant Provost and Graduate Director of Behavioral Sciences at Lubbock Christian University. She is a licensed professional counselor, an approved supervisor for licensed professional counselors, and a certified school counselor. She is also a popular author and speaker on topics ranging from childhood development and sexuality, teen issues, family dynamics including caring for elderly relatives, and church resources for families. She has written seven books as well as created therapeutic coloring books for children. Dr. Robinson is considered an expert in her field, and authored ‘The Safe Touch Coloring Book’ and ‘God Made Me: The Safe Touch Coloring Book’, addressing parents about how to discuss sexual safety with children.