Gail has a Passion for Single Moms
I am glad you found my site. I have a passion for sharing with women, especially single mothers. I'm familiar with the pot-holes, pests, and perils that women face. My personal journey has brought me over many rough roads-having three children in three years, a divorce when they were three, four, and five years old, serious illness of a child, going back to college with three young children in tow, and personal chronic illness. I know the struggles, the heartaches, and the day-to-day challenges of being divorced and head of a household. My heartfelt desire is to show women the way to a fulfilling life. I have walked the path and I know the landscape. The root of the struggle is spiritual growth-it's all about growth. It is my heart’s desire is to offer seeds of guidance. I strive to lead women to a place of restoration.
SMORE for Women
SMORE for Women which was organized in 2007 is an ecumenical alliance of women whose goal is Single Moms :: Overjoyed, Rejuvenated, & Empowered!
We host DAYs of Blessing for small groups of single moms, an annual retreat in early November, and other events.
I am available to assist any group who is interested in hosting a DAY of Blessing.
I am honored to lead a SMORE Group for single mothers. We meet at Calder Baptist Church in Beaumont, Texas on Sundays at 9:15. For one short hour we share prayer requests and learn ways to restore lives that may have been damaged.
I've been speaking publicly all my life. I earned a Bachelor's Degree in Speech and enjoy using the speaking platform to share the stories of my life in a way that inspires others. You may book me to speak to your group through Christian Speakers Services.
I married Sam in 1996. We live in Nederland, Texas with a precious "Prissy" Poodle. Together we have six grown children and fifteen grandchildren (at this printing). Sam supports me in every effort to bless single mothers.
My stories have been published in various magazines. See “Articles” page above.
A Single Mother's Prayer
Gail's most recent editorial as it appeared in the Beaumont Enterprise-