Thank you for stopping by to visit! On this page, I want to share a bit more about myself. My greatest joy is to teach women to not only stand on the Word of God, but also to really know what it says and apply it in their lives. I especially love to teach Bible study and write corresponding curriculum because it enables me to connect women directly to the heart of God.
God has blessed me with a passion and giftedness to bring His Word alive. Consequently, the bulk of my messages and lessons share the specific Scriptures and prayers that have transformed my heart and home. They equip women to:
* Apply God’s Word in a way that makes it relevant and applicable to everyday circumstances
* Unpack Scriptures in a way that enables them to write powerful and effective prayers
* Gain victory over trials and struggles through faithfully praying the Scriptures
I have authored a book and several Bible studies. Just days after my college graduation, I was attacked by a masked man hiding in my apartment. While physically I survived, I lived the next decade in a prison of fear, despair, and hopelessness. God and God alone healed me. My story is now an amazing testimony of God’s strength in weakness, His hope in hopelessness, and His healing in brokenness. My book, Hidden Joy in a Dark Corner: The Transforming Power of God’s Story, recounts my journey of transformation from a prison of fear to freedom in Christ and offers a step-by-step walk through God’s Word to find physical, spiritual, and emotional healing.
I have been a featured guest on Oprah Radio, The 700 Club, Family Life Today with Dr. Dennis Rainey, Revive Our Hearts with Nancy Leigh DeMoss, and Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman.
My husband, Monty, and I live in Charlotte, North Carolina, where we raise our two children Lauren (17) and Bo (13). In addition to being a wife and mother, I am an author, speaker, Bible teacher, and serve on the staff of Proverbs 31 Ministries. Before moving to Charlotte, I practiced law in Dallas, Texas.
What Others are Saying about Wendy . . .
Wendy has an authentic passion for women to hear God’s Truth and allow it to set them free from any and all captivity they are experiencing. Women sit closer to listen to Wendy, and God uses her story to break down walls that women have built around their hearts and hurts. She is beautiful inside and out. This beauty draws women to her.
Lisa Allen, Forest Hill Women’s Director
Wendy allowed our moms to read and process God’s Word for themselves, some for the first time. They understood time with God is not a task to check off but an opportunity to sit and allow God to wash them with His powerful Word and work in their lives wherever they are. She is real and did not pretend to be perfect. It was refreshing and encouraging for our women because she made what she has in Christ seem real and attainable. Her honesty, vulnerability, and tenderness as she shared stories from her past and as a mother, allowed the women to translate it to their lives. She is a woman after God’s heart, and I am thankful that she blessed us with her words, time, and beauty.
Lynn Pitts, Founder Young Women’s Bible Study
Wendy has such a precious way of imparting the riches of God’s Word to the hearts of those in her audience. While speaking Truth, Wendy continues to show her daily dependence and hope found in her Savior, Jesus Christ. Her vulnerability keeps her approachable and real, making people immediately connect with her.
Marcy Gregg, Speaker and Bible Teacher
Wendy’s inspirational message touched the hearts of all of the mothers involved in our program. She totally connected with the audience while her message was consistent with our topic. Wendy’s love for Christ was evident in her presentation of expressing the importance of interior beauty and living a life a virtue.
Kathy Comer, Director Pure Fashion Charlotte