10 Popular Female Christian Speakers
I love to hear a good message in church but sometimes I just need to go spend time with the ladies. Nothing makes it better than when we have the honor of listening to a great female Christian speaker. Here is a list of some popular female Christian speakers. You will be blessed if you ever have a chance to listen to one of them live or even on a video conference. I have also included information that will help you to find where you can hear these ladies.
Kay Arthur’s popular “Inductive Bible Study”, the product of Precept Ministries International, has been available for many years. It is a practical and exciting approach to studying the Bible. To hear Kay speak is truly a blessing. She is unabashed at sharing her life experiences, including the life she led before she met Jesus as Savior. She travels the United States on speaking engagements and is booked out at least until the end of 2014. Visit her web page to find an event near to you and take your girlfriends! http://precept.org/events_kays_speaking_engagements. On twitter she is known as @PreceptMinistry
Dr. Lois Evans is founder of “Pastor’s Wives Ministry” and she is the wife of popular radio preacher Dr. Tony Evans. Lois is a great speaker and an author. To find out more about Lois and her speaking engagements visit her on the web: http://loisevans.org/. On Twitter she is known as @MrsLoisEvans.
Karol Ladd is a Speaker and Author. Her brand is “Positive Mom Positive Life Principles”. Her “Positive Woman Connection” is a women’s Bible study that is generally presented over lunch in a one hour time frame. You can do this either by having a certified teacher lead the study or by video of Karol teaching. The mission is “to encourage the heart of women through enriching expository Bible study and engaging Christian fellowship.” For more information you can visit her blog http://karolladd.com/bible-study.php. Follow Karol on Twitter @Karolladd
Anne Graham Lotz
Anne was named one of the “five most influential evangelist of her generation” by The New York Times. And her father Billy Graham calls her the best preacher in the family! She is the founder and president of “AnGel Ministries” which list the mission as “the outreach of Anne Graham Lotz, undergirding her efforts to draw people into a life-changing relationship with God through His Word.” Her current events and speaking engagements are listed on her web site at: http://www.annegrahamlotz.com/events/category/just-give-me-jesus/. Anne’s Twitter name is @AGLotz
Beth is the founder of “Living Proof Ministries” whose mission is “devoted to investing in the Spiritual lives of people of every color and denomination through sound Biblical teaching and uplifting praise and worship.” She is well known for her written Bible studies but she also keeps a busy speaking schedule. See if she is speaking close to where you live here: https://www.lproof.org/Events/Schedule.asp you can follow Beth on Twitter @BethMooreLPM
Rachel Kerr Schneider
Rachel lost her husband to ALS/Lou Gehrig’s disease and that is what prompted her to devote her life to helping other women triumph over tragedy. Rachel is a motivational speaker and founder of “Spirited Prosperity” which is committed to “help women access that reservoir and use it to fuel their growth, and achieve the success that God wants for them.” Learn more about Rachel and book her for your event at her web page: http://rachelkerrschneider.com/speaking/. Rachel tweets @SpirProsperity.
Pricsilla’s primary mission is to her husband and children and in addition to that she speaks at church and para church events as well as “Going Beyond Ministries” events. Going Beyond Ministries’ mission is “focused on the expository teaching of the Word of God. [they are] committed to teaching the uncompromising truths of His Word.” Priscilla is booked out through 2015, take a look at her events schedule to see if there is an event in your area: http://www.goingbeyond.com/events Tweets from Priscilla can be followed @ PriscillaShirer
Most ladies know Luci from her speaking at “Women of Faith” conferences. She is an extremely funny lady and an absolute pleasure to behold. Many churches host ladies’ events that stream Luci on video. Before she began with Women of Faith at its inception in 1996, she was an executive with a large oil company as well as Public Relations VP of her brother, Chuck Swindoll’s ministry “Insight for Living”. She is also a trained opera singer and an author. Women of Faith events are listed here: http://www.womenoffaith.com/events/ to catch up with Luci’s latest follow her on Twitter @luciswindoll.
Joni Eareckson Tada
Since a diving accident in 1967 resulted in Joni losing the use of both arms and legs, she has worked to help other people with disabilities know the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ. She is the founder and chief executive officer of “Joni and Friends International Disability Center” whose mission is to “to communicate the Gospel and equip Christ-honoring Churches worldwide to evangelize and disciple people affected by disabilities.” Joni is a radio host, artist, speaker and author. Most of her bookings are interview style these days, but you can still book her or one of her representatives through her web site contact page: http://www.joniandfriendsnews.com/interview_request.php follow Joni on Twitter @JoniandFriends
Scottish born Sheila Walsh has been motivationally speaking at “Women of Faith” conferences for many years. She is also a CCM artist as well as an author. The bio on her web site says that “Her passion to see women's lives transformed by the power of God's word is contagious.” Her site lists some great FAQs as well as where and how to hear her speak: http://sheilawalsh.com/about/ she tweets @SheilaWalsh.
These are only 10 popular female Christian speakers that came to my mind. There are so many more good ones! Feel free to list your favorite in the comments below.