Blog

08Aug
This is going to be difficult for me but I think I'm up to the challenge. Understand, I am a wise woman of strong opinions. :-) After all, when I'm right, I'm right, right? ;-) So many people seem to be in a quandary as to voting this year.  Personally, I've just about tuned out the entire horse race.  Yet within me is the conviction that vote I must. My forefathers, brave men like John Hancock and George Washington and James Madison risked swinging from a gallows so that I might have the privilege....

Speaking

Teen Talks

Kay's quirky humor and dramatic presentation keep teen audience entertained while her straight talk drives home the point that God is love and His Word is truth.

Jailhouse Rock

Through the story of Paul and Silas, Kay illustrates how you can find gratitude in whatever circumstance you face. You can have the power to turn your prison cell into a concert hall of praise.

The Snake Line

Attitude is a matter of choice. God designed us to praise, not to complain. Joy is a matter of habit, not circumstance.

Keep a Ya' Hands Offa' My Crown

Kay shares 10 positive steps on how to go from victim to victor.

She Said No!

Using a true story about a Christian couple who crossed over the line, Kay talks "turkey" about sex, creation, evolution, and personal choices.

The Parent Rap!

Kay's presentation on dealing with dating, sex, curfews and parents will entertain the audience as well as lead them to God's plan for Christian young people.

Gone Fishing!

How God replaces the memories of our mistakes, sins and guilt with joy, laughter and praise.

The Masque of Death!

Masks are a part of one's wardrobe--the clown, the student, the saint, the rebel. While we wear them like partiers at the Mardi Gras, our masks keep us from connecting with other people, people who might need us or whom we may need. To become genuine and touch other's, the masks must go.

Oops! Goofed Again!

If you feel like you have two left feet, that everything you do is wrong, you will relate to Kay's tales about pantyhose, exploding microwaves and God's unrelenting love for His kids.

Quit Monkeying Around!

It's time for Christians to quit monkeying around, get off the fence, decide what they truly believe. Whether the issue is self-respect, dating, sex before (or after) marriage, obeying one's parents, lying, cheating or stealing, it all goes back to the basic premise by which a person chooses to live. Kay shows how Darwinism or Creationism is the foundation of every decision youth and adults make.

Wildly, Madly, Passionately In Love (2-parts)

(Valentine's Day)
Kay compares humorous and intimate moments in her 37 year romance with her husband with her on-going love affair with Jesus Christ, the Lover of Song of Songs. Part 2 is how God responds to her during their intimate moments in worship.