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She’s the Voice

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It was about 18 months ago that I launched She’s The Voice – my vision to affirm and empower “preacher chicks” of all generations and all parts of the Body of Christ.

The first stage of the “Grand Plan” has been the introduction of the She’s The Voice Masterclass – a 24 hour intensive designed to equip any woman who feels called to stand on a platform and deliver a message.

The Masterclass is not just ‘Communications 101’ and it is no replacement for formal Bible College training – although I do cover the practicalities of preaching.

She’s The Voice is an impartation of power!

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What it is about, first and foremost, is the removal of a woman’s fear and self-doubt, (often sub-conscious), and the construction of her “inner platform” of faith and confidence.

We deal with any “double-mindedness” – (“Yes I’m called / No, I’m not….It’s ok to be powerful / No it’s not) – so she can be in agreement with the call of God on her life. Then she is positioned to be powerful!

I have held 3 Masterclasses to date and trained approximately 250 preacher chicks so far.

Their ages have ranged from teenagers in youth-group through to women in their 60’s and everyone in between.

They have travelled from all over Australia and NZ.

They represent all parts of the Church and I mean ALL – Charismatic, Evangelicals, the Anglicans and the Catholics, (including a group of Spirit-filled nuns from Canberra).

The reach of She’s The Voice has gone way beyond that of my personal ministry to date.

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Some have been pastors and in full-time ministry, many are volunteering in their local church or market-place leaders – women who want to be a voice for God in their businesses and workplaces.

I keep the class size limited so I can have personal interaction with those who come and no-one gets lost in the crowd.

I have been in full-time ministry for 23 years but She’s The Voice would rate as one of the most satisfying and fruitful tasks I have ever undertaken.

There a few places still left for the next She’s The Voice Masterclass to be held on Fri night November 27th – Sat November 28th at C3 Church Sydney City. For more information you can check out my website and click on the She’s The Voice link.

I would love to see you there!

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“It was empowering, encouraging, challenging & just what I needed to push me forward”

“Priceless ! Especially loved the ‘Having a Healthy Voice’ session”

“Well done to everyone! Thought it was great and will be recommending my team leaders come to future ones”


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She's the Voice


Greetings and welcome to my first blog post of 2014!

If you hadn’t noticed, we’re almost half way through the year so you could be forgiven for thinking “why the heck has she taken so long?’

So, even if you’re not thinking that I’m going to tell you why anyway.


I managed to produce a weekly blog post for just over a year…then the wheels fell off.

Well, more like they were removed, aligned and rebalanced.

You see, blogging was taking up soooo much of my time. I was living, breathing and eating blogs (spaghetti “blogenese” anyone?)

My husband nearly died of shock one day when I had an idea for a new sermon, (for those of you who aren’t aware, this chick is a preacher).  Apparently all I ever talked about was my blog…blog this, blog that and blog the rest.

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What I Learned From Kanye West

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I try to live life with my spiritual antenna up.  A girl just never knows when a divine download will come.  I find God speaking to me through all kinds of people and situations.

Today I’d like to pass on a life lesson I call – “What I Learned From Kanye West”.

For those of you who aren’t into or up with popular music, Kanye – (pronounce kun-yay) – is the name of an African-American rap-star, (not a Thai curry).

However, he is probably as famous, (or infamous,) for what he’s done wrong as he is for his musical ability.  Take the MTV Music Video Awards in 2009 for example.

Country music star Taylor Swift had just won “Best Female Music Video of the Year” award. As she began her acceptance speech, Kanye stormed the stage and grabbed the microphone off her.  He then declared, to the stunned audience, that Beyonce’, (bee-yon-say), should have won the award for her video, Single Ladies.

With all due respect to Kanye West, it was not his finest hour.  Even President Obama weighed in on the controversy and called him a jackass.

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Why I find it so hard to sit

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Sitting. How hard can it be?  It’s not exactly an Olympic sport, is it?

You’d think that sitting would be the easiest thing in the world to do.

Well, if that is the case, then why do I find it so hard?

Many of you know that last year a virus hit me for six and laid me out for a few months. I was stuck in bed for most of that time and walking was a very slow and painful exercise.

Just to give you a point of reference, it took me 3 months to get the “heel-toe” action back.  Until then it was flat-footed shuffling and no, that is not the name of the latest dance craze.

I was a few weeks into my journey of neurological repair when I had a “God moment”.

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Why I Believe In Divine Connections

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Have you ever met someone for the first time and felt like you’ve known that person all your life?  The spiritual sparks have flown and you got on like a house on fire?

Or maybe at that first place of meeting you thought, “Hmmm…there’s something to this”, but you weren’t sure exactly what that “something” was?

I remember the first time I met Damien, (my husband).  He was sitting next to me at Sunday lunch after I had ministered at the church his parents pastored.

All I can say is I liked the feel of him sitting beside me, (spiritually speaking of course).  He just felt like he belonged there.

I knew very little about Damien and we didn’t even talk much that day, but I just felt a connection.  (O.K….the fact that he was a classy, good-looking dude didn’t hurt either).

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