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Krista spoke at a recent women’s event at our church. She engaged the audience right from her first sentence, speaking with clarity, authenticity and transparency. She was wonderful, and definitely has a gift for speaking truth in a way that every woman in the room can relate to. Her warmth, graciousness and love of God was evident to all. We can’t wait to invite her back!Cheryl Merrell Women’s Ministry Coordinator South Mountain Community Church, Utah
I’m Krista. I know we may not be friends yet, but we will be – I’m sure of it.
My husband and I live in the mountains of Idaho with our three boys and one daughter.
Though I love to travel, I am a homebody at heart. That is where my heart beats strong.
Though I love a good party, sitting around a campfire with my people is my favorite place to be.
Though I love going out to restaurants, cooking up a fabulous meal and breaking bread around our own table is my definition of happy.
I find people to be endlessly fascinating. And being out in nature is where I feel most at home. I prefer glitter, every time. And you will find me in lipstick pretty much…well, always. And paddle boarding at sunset on a mountain lake feeds my soul.
If we could sit down together, I’d want to hear your whole story, and it would matter to me. When I come to speak to your group, I tell you a little of my story.
My goal when I come speak is to set the table for your group, so they can dine on helpful introspection, engaging discussion, and a deepening of relationships.
We were fortunate to schedule Krista for our holiday client event. Her presentation and timely topic were very well received by people of all ages. She was thoughtful and insightful as she interacted with our clients, making the event very special. We look forward to scheduling more events with her in the future.Lisa Farina The Dugale/Hayes Investment Group DA Davidson & Co
Krista is an excellent communicator. She is engaging, funny, and well organized. She welcomes interaction with the audience and is a good listener as well as a presenter. Krista is open about her experiences and brings the audience with her, even in her discussion of difficult topics. We were extremely pleased with both of her sessions.David Erb Chairman Adult Education, Covenant U.M.C.
Krista is absolutely a delightful and joyous person. Her passion for her vocation is evidenced in her sharing. She made scheduling our event, and every detail associated with it, easy and pleasurable. Her book, Reclaiming Home: A Family’s Guidebook for Life, Love, & Legacy, is a must-read for all generations, not just parents with children at home, but grandparents, as well as those working with children’s programs in churches, schools, etc. She brings the ideas from her book to life when she speaks. We had the added pleasure of hearing her share about her recent trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo & Mt. Kilimanjaro with the One Million Thumbprints. Heartbreaking and inspiring all in one breath! If your organization is looking for a wonderful speaker, passionate about life, I encourage you to contact Krista.Nancy Morlock Children and Family Faith Formation Volunteer Coordinator Spokane, Wa.