Becky Brooks loves the Lord, her family, and when her husband says, “Let’s eat out.” Becky is a graduate of Abilene Christian University. She has been married to Tony for 18 years. Together they have 4 children : Sons- Payton (16) and Benjamin (14) and daughters- Eden (10) and Shelby Grace (6). Currently Becky enjoys teaching a weekly class called “Navigating Motherhood”.
Becky has addressed women across the country encouraging them to trust the Lord and His ability to reveal Himself through each of our imperfections.
You can follow her on Instagram at beckyj_brooks or on Facebook at Becky Jeffrey Brooks.
Deborah R. Houston believes in her purpose of the universal empowerment of every woman and has devoted her life to providing resources through the avenues of authoring and lecturing that will enable them to do so. It is this platform of empowering the whole woman that has catapulted her as a sought after inspirational and motivational speaker.
She travels across the world encouraging women to embrace the totality of the women that they were created and destined to become. Debb's personal story of a life raised in the ghetto of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania reminds her audience of the power that lies within and our ability to achieve excellence, to live an abundant life and to serve others.
She believes that when we embrace our individual passion, power and purpose, we become a collective force that will have a positive impact on our world, affecting generations to follow.
Beverly Ross, M.A., LPC-S, founded Wise County Christian Counseling in 2006 and serves as the Executive Director. Her work with clients focuses on connections and reconciliations for families and couples and helps clients manage depression, anxiety and grief. In addition to seeing her own clients, Beverly manages a staff of 12 counselors and administrative support.
Beverly is a sought-after speaker and an international advocate for women’s ministries. Her featured workshop, Clinging to Hope, deals with finding His Light in the darkness and living in His Freedom while we are walking on dirt. Hundreds of women throughout Texas and beyond have been uplifted by her words.
In addition to her work as a licensed professional counselor and speaker, Beverly is a wife, mother, and grandmother. Her own very personal journey through grief—she lost her daughter Jenny in 2010—has positioned her to provide uniquely empathetic help to grief-stricken families and individuals. The life and loss of her daughter also inspired her to launch a sister practice, “Jenny’s Hope,” which provides ministry and counseling to her beloved community.
Beverly received a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Stephen F. Austin University and a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Amberton University. In addition to working with clients and women’s ministries and spending time with her family, Beverly enjoys cooking for friends, working in her yard, and Eagles football.
Camille is a native of Toledo, Ohio and has lived in the Dallas, Texas area for over 30 years. She has been married to Kevin for 19 years and they have two beautiful children named Skylar(15) and Tysen(12).
Camille utilizes the same passion, skills and success in business to further the work of the kingdom. She has been a part of the education department for the church for over 20 years as a teacher for all ages. She has conducted ladies bible studies, presented at symposiums, conferences and coordinated marriage retreats. Camille believes in order to continue to strengthen the body of Christ, we have to continue to strive for excellence within ourselves and remember “to Him” we belong.
Camille’s favorite scripture is Philippians 1:6 – “Being confident in this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.”
Camille knows, no matter what may happen, God will see her through everything and will be with her until He returns or calls her home.
Graduated from Oklahoma Christian University where she met her husband Tom. They have been married 34 years. They currently live in Arlington, TX where they attend the Woodland West Church of Christ. Tom serves as one of the elders and Leisha is the Women’s Ministry Leader. They have raised sons, Andrew 30, Jacob 28 and Daniel 25. All three boys attended the Adventures In Missions program in Lubbock, TX and served in Mexico, Salt Lake City, Utah and Brazil. All three have graduated from Harding University.
Andrew is also married to Bonnie and has the best part of the family, Clark Thomas who was born in January 2017 and Merrick Jones who was born in September of 2018.
Jacob married Megan in April of 2019. Leisha is thrilled to finally have some girls in the family!
Leisha has been a speaker at the Red River Family Encampment, Broadway Church of Christ in Lubbock, TX, and various other retreats and ladies days. She’s also enjoyed building a successful Mary Kay business for the last 26 years.
Dr. Dorothy Dye
Dorothy M. Dye is a Christian Clinical Counselor and lives in Valdosta, GA. Sis. Dye provides Christian counseling services in Valdosta both privately and through contracts with area churches. She is the mother of 2, grandmother of 5 and great-grandmother of 2 precious girls.
Sis. Dye is employed with Valdosta State University as the Executive Director of the Learning Service Center through the Department of Social Work. This program operates a daycare facility for seniors who are in the early stages of Alzheimer’s Disease, and also provides educational services for caregivers to help them to care for themselves as they care for their loved ones. She provides contract services for Pathway to Hope Counseling Services, Inc., to help families resolve issues that would threaten to destroy the sanctity of their family life. Sis. Dye is a certified domestic violence facilitator, and counsels with clients who are in need of anger management and/or substance abuse intervention, and also works with the victims of abuse to help them to come out of the shadow of their past and bring a sense of peace and stability to their lives.
She is active at the Newsome St. Congregation of the Lord’s Church in Hahira, GA where Bro. Wayne Scott is the minister and Bro. Gene Godfrey, Bro. Herman Godfrey, Bro. Freddie Gregory and Bro. Joe Rawls are the Elders.
Sis. Dye loves the Lord and His people, and desires to see her sisters living the abundant life of which our Lord speaks in St. John 10:10. “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” Among her favorite scriptures are Proverbs 3:5-6 and Romans 8:28:
“Trust in the Lord with all of thine heart and lean not unto thine own understanding; In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths.”
“And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose.”