Jean-Ann speaks to varied audiences including women, teenagers and pre-teens, church leadership, charitable organizations, small groups, and university forums. Using a combination of humor and depth, Jean-Ann effortlessly weaves sound life coaching principles with Scripture, offering her audience tools they can use.
A sampling of Jean-Ann’s topics and formats include:
Living Life from the Inside Out
A Fast-Paced, Story-Laced, Scripture-Based Weekend Retreat
- Being the Woman God Created – The Real You Is Beautiful
- Loving the Woman God Created – Stop Being So Hard on Yourself
- Like It Or Not, You Are A Role Model – Others are Watching
- Healthy Boundaries, Prickly People, Repairing Relationships, The Art of an Apology
- Compassion & Empathy For Others – Helping Others Through Dark Times
- Embracing Your Community – It Needs You, Your Gifts & Your Talents
- Surrender, Encourage and Share – Being the Hands & Feet of Jesus
This retreat is a blend of coaching with Scripture and Biblical truths designed to challenge us to embrace the power and grace that God has instilled in each one of us. Several coaching-styled written exercises are offered to dig a bit deeper and create a better life for ourselves and those we love. Each participant receives a 30-page workbook.
Beyond Beauty: The Seven Keys to Irresistible Attraction
A message all women can relate to! The 7 Keys challenge all to look beyond the world’s view of our physical appearance and embrace the biblical truth of who we are in Christ. When we are living the life God intends for us, we are irresistibly attractive!
Healthy Boundaries: The Art of Saying No
Setting healthy boundaries is biblical! The idea of setting boundaries makes even the strongest of us squirm, but a boundary is nothing more than an invisible barrier that defines where you end and another person begins. We were created to be a bedrock of faith, not a doormat of grace. This talk includes Scripture-supported tips and steps to make boundary setting much easier.
What Our Labels Say About Us
Three things consistently tell the truth: small children, Spandex, and our behavior. Truth is in short supply these days. Grace is a rare commodity as well. Jesus came to this earth full of truth and grace. His example was meant to inspire us to make sure truth and grace go hand in hand. Jean-Ann says, “Truth without grace is bullying. Grace without truth is enabling. One without the other is out of balance and can be downright mean.”
Equipped and Called: When Gifts and Passions Collide
On Food Network’s cooking show “Chopped,” competing chefs are given a basket of five wacky ingredients to create a delicious meal. God also gives us “ingredients” to put to use. They include our personality, sense of humor, our level of discernment, and the abilities to teach, preach, encourage, and serve others. God provides the ingredients and it is our responsibility to use them to create a life that glorifies Him and builds His kingdom. What are your gifts and passions?
Life Beyond the “To Do” List: Making Room for God’s Blessings
Who snuck in and sucked the lazy out of our days? Exhaustion is the new status symbol. Busy people are important people. Right? A common desire of most coaching clients is to do more of what they love and less of what they don’t. The biggest obstacle is their calendar. It is so jam-packed that they do not have room to do more of what they want to do, even if they knew what it was. Do you have time with God scheduled on your calendar? If not, let’s ask ourselves what gets in the way.