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Looking for just the right speaker for your event, workshop, retreat, conference, MOPS group, meeting, or church service? Our House of Hope speakers are available to encourage, equip, and empower your audience to live healthy, full, and free lives! From small groups to large gatherings, our speakers are available to share on a variety of topics relevant to a wide range of audiences.
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Christina Hernandez, Community Engagement Coordinator
Meet Christina: Christina Hernandez is a wife, mother, blogger, founder of Sister Life Ministries, and the Community Engagement Coordinator at House of Hope. She has been involved with the ministry since 2004 and served on staff since 2013, committed to the cause of “encouraging, equipping, and empowering women and their families to live healthy and free lives.” Prior to employment at House of Hope, Christina was a missionary in Venezuela, high school Spanish teacher, and work-at-home mother of 3 energetic children. She is passionate about Jesus, sisterhood, authentic community and unity among God’s big, adoptive family. Christina’s journey has included many plot twists and turns over the years, which include countless blessings, as well as tragic heartbreaks along the way. These experiences have made Christina a whole-hearted ambassador of tenacious hope. She loves to encourage diverse audiences from God’s Word and life’s lessons!
Most Requested Topics: Hope, Community, Grace, Calling, Healthy Relationships, Letting Go & Moving Forward, Mental Health, and All Things House of Hope
Courtney Misener, Director of Programs & Engagement
Meet Courtney: In 2012 Courtney found herself worn out, worn thin, and boiling over with anger and resentment. Determined to stuff and ignore what was going on, she dutifully and proudly gathered herself and hid her truth internally, while masking and pretending to the world. Her approach to dealing with her emotions rippled into her marriage, her relationship with her children, family, friends and the outside world. With rock bottom looming and a marriage falling apart, Courtney finally started the long and sometimes painful journey of becoming emotionally healthy. Through her experiences, Courtney was awakened to the reality that much of her story mimicked those of women around her.
Determined to change the pattern and help others, Courtney became a student of identifying and changing the way she thought, felt, and functioned when faced with pain, conflict and uncertainty. Through this, she found that her leadership in her home, work and ministry also drastically changed.
Wife, mother and rapper extraordinaire, Courtney will engage you and make you laugh, but most importantly, she will challenge you to look inside yourself and move towards change.
Most Requested Topics: Emotional Health, Spiritual Health, Hard Conversations, Communication, Healthy Marriages, Personal Growth