Ask Sharon to speak at your next women’s group,
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Sharon Gamble has been speaking and writing since high school. She met her husband Ray while playing the role of Anne Frank in high school. During her time at Gordon College, she performed with the Princemere Readers. In addition, Sharon created and performed a one-person show based on the book, To Kill a Mockingbird, during her college days.
Since then, Sharon has spoken at numerous women’s retreats and events in the United States and in Germany. She is a student of God’s Word and a lover of stories, weaving personal anecdotes into her talks. Her sense of humor combines with her passion for following the Word of God to create a memorable time whenever she speaks. Her goal is always to draw women closer to the God who loves them and calls them by name.
Comments from previous speaking engagements:
“Wonderful, engaging, and informative.”
“Made me feel comfortable; like a close friend. Sharon is very real and able to draw life lessons from her own experiences. She’s open to share.”
“Very interesting and very motivating, touching stories and object lessons.”
“Great, animated, applicable; I love her personal stories and Scripture references.”
An excerpt from a talk on Cultivating Gratitude. Enjoy!