"For they are traveling for the Lord, and they accept nothing from people who are not believers. So we ourselves should support them so that we can be their partners as they teach the truth." 3 John 1:7-8, NLT
"Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God's grace in its various forms. If anyone speaks, he should do it as one speaking the very words of God." 1 Peter 4:10-11a NIV84
I will give you my very best. I can provide a range of past fees/honorariums based on the number of times I speak and the travel time. I do need my travel expenses covered using IRS mileage guidelines from Waukesha, WI. If the event is far from the Milwaukee area, distance may require flight arrangements.
Mary’s Reflections Monologue Props List
1. Table. Old wooden about hip height - room enough for a bowl and some bread dough.
2. Stool. Old wooden about knee high - set beside the table.
3. Bread dough. Rhodes brand works great. Thawed so it can be kneaded.
4. Bowl and spoon. Wooden or pottery. Period appropriate.
7. Old pottery or baskets to compliment the table
8. Towel – old kitchen type
9. Flour – optional.
Only God knows! I used to change the furniture placement in my house often... Now I just change the color of my hair or cut and shape it differently... It's easier on the back!
I love to go on motorcylce rides and stop along the way for a treat or to look through a cute shop then get back on and continue riding. We also enjoy going to dinner and a movie!
I really like the "thrill of the find!" so I go to Goodwill, other thrift stores, garage sales and get so excited about what I've been able to find. Shopping with friends is very fun for me, I love to pick things out for them! Personal Shopper 101!!!
I am a story teller. I'm a mover, highly energetic and speak quickly. I love to share my life family and experiences with others. I'm an open book. I mix personal stories with humor to ready your heart for the power of God's word. I will call you to depend strongly on and drink deeply from God's living and active word.
Maybe the best way to get a flavor of my style is to go to the media page on this website and view the few select clips of me doing my thing!
"Sons are a heritage from the LORD, children a reward from him." Psalms 127:3 NIV84
Michael is an Industrial Design graduate from UW-Stout. He is a Product Engineer at Lakeside Manufacturing. You can see some of his work at: behance.net/michaelinouye He is married to Amy!
Andrew is a UW Madison graduate and is interested in music, theater and video creation. He is a Communication Arts major. You can see some of his work at: vimeo.com/user4689326 If you like his music, you can purchase it on-line at: cdbaby.com/artist/inouye or itunes.com/inouye He recently moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career.
Grace finished her sophomore year at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, MI majoring in Worship Arts. She is also a photographer and does family, senior and wedding photography.
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I'm originally from Iowa and grew up in Ames. Since graduating from the University of Northern Iowa with my Elementary Education degree and getting married, I have lived in Milwaukee (4 months), Chicago (5 years), Minneapolis (10 years) and now in Waukesha for 15 years.
I love to walk, it refreshes me. I like to decorate my home and have been known to repurpose things I find on the curb that others are thowing away. I also love to go thrifting at Goodwill and other stores.
I love the change of seasons, but may like fall best. I love the change of colors and changing my closet to the warm sweaters and boots. I love the crispness of the air and the fact that fall brings some routine back into my schedule.
If possible, I prefer an lav, over the ear mic. I move so much that a lapel or hand held mic is tough for me. I do not use a podium. A music stand or small high table works for me to place my Bible, glasses, etc. on. I do have Powerpoints or Keynotes that I use if you have the capabilities.
Please go to the Contact Rachel page and then fill out the details of your event link.