Speaking Topics

This page is currently under construction. Thanks for clicking and please come back again!  Email me at kimwilliamsbook@gmail.com if you would like more information on my speaking topics. I can adjust my sessions for the time frame, setting, and audience and may often be able to develop a session specifically for your group.

Topics for Women: As a wife, mother, author, and ministry leader, I offer topics about  challenges we women can face in our emotional, spiritual, and everyday lives.

  • Emotions: Fact vs. Feeling. Emotions were designed by our Creator. blunt look at emotions and insight offered from the Bible.
  • The Fruit of the Spirit: When a lady allows God to display Himself through her, she is beautiful.
  • Kindred: Explore the book of Proverbs to discover traits of a woman who reflects Christ.
  • Temptation: Is temptation a sin? Does God tempt us? We will explore answers to these and similar questions from the Bible.

 

Topics for Students: Teaching is in my genes. I get giddy in a learning environment. As a former high school and middle school English teacher, I enjoy speaking to students on the craft of writing.

Topics for Children’s Ministry: With twenty-five years of ministry to children, I love to encourage and motivate both volunteers and staff on classroom strategies, administrative strategies, and the characteristics of preschoolers and children. Here are some sample titles from my numerous training sessions:

  • Great Expectations: Classroom Management
  • Do You See What I Hear?: learning styles
  • Forget Once Upon A Time: Teaching Bible truths to young children
  •  Are You Following @Jesustheteacher?: teaching techniques from the life of Jesus
  • Surviving Sunday:  internal preparation for ministering on Sunday
  • Christ-Centered Customer Service: presenting a welcoming program for families

 

Topics for Parents: Parenting demands on the job training. I enjoy helping parents learn how to build a spiritual heritage for their children even in the midst of busy parenting. Many of my topics can be viewed on my blog http://www.preschoolponderings.wordpress.com

  • Building a Spiritual Heritage  (can be taught as one session or up to four sesssions)

 

 

 

 

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