I am God’s handiwork, doing my best to shine my light and to use the gifts He has given me to bring glory to my Creator.
Hi, I’m Stacy.
- wellness enthusiast
I lost nearly 200 pounds, but found so much more. I found an inner strength to push through the hard times. I gained experience with nutrition and exercise, and ignited a passion for feeling healthy. I discovered I am so much stronger than I ever believed and that I am worth it.
I now feel a strong desire to help others find the strength within themselves. Even after maintaining the weight loss for over 10 years, I have not forgotten the feeling of hopelessness that for years kept me from taking the first steps. I want to help others learn how to practice discipline in their own lives in order to achieve physical, spiritual, and emotional health and wellness.
I brought my own life (my over-eating, my obesity, and my lackadaisical approach to my faith) under control when — and only when — I gave control to God. My desire is to share my story with others as a testimony to what God can do when we commit our plans and desires to Him.
I found God when I learned discipline.
For years, I have ministered one-on-one to those seeking advice and council toward leading a healthier lifestyle. I have spoken to groups and led a wellness based Bible study group at my home church in Noblesville, IN. I have even taken a faith-based approach to discipline and wellness into the jail where I hope I have inspired women to break free of the chains of addiction in their lives. I have led a Bible study and a faith-based addiction recovery program in the Hamilton County Jail in Indiana since 2012.
By injecting my unique style of humor and sharing my own relevant life experience into my programs, I make it fun, informational, and challenging to the audience.
I am comfortable speaking to groups of any size or demographic and can easily customize a program to meet your needs, ranging anywhere from light-hearted and fun to a more profound message.
Though my goal is to educate, my passionate desire is to inspire.
You’re worth it. I believe it.
Now, let me convince you.
My Wellness Journey
Exploring topics such as prayer, Scripture reading, the Holy Spirit, and walking with God on a daily basis. Stacy builds a case for the deep connection between spiritual and physical discipline.