S P E A K E R B I O S
Brittany Price Brooker
Brittany is a believer in Jesus Christ with the desire to know Him more and make Him known, by sharing His truth with others. She became a widow at 25 with 3 boys under 3. She is a singer/songwriter with The Elm music along with a speaker and writer in which she shares the journey God has called her family through in suffering and to share God’s faithfulness. Her desire is to use her pain for Christ’s mighty purpose. Brittany recently married a widower, Daniel with two small children and lives in Atlanta with her new Brooker Bunch.
Breakout Leader: It is Well in Barrenness
Ginny was born and raised in Jacksonville and has settled back there after a time away during college and the newlywed years. She’s married to a goofy, sweet basketball-coach named Phillip and Mama to two darling handfuls, Tripp & Evalynn. As a family photographer who runs her business and household simultaneously as a “work at home Mama” her days are very busy, but she’s so grateful God provided these gifts. And coffee.
Breakout Leader: It Is Well In My Singleness.
Bethany Moore is a 28 year old single foster and adoptive mom. She adopted her two year old son, Franklin, last August. She has lived in Jacksonville, FL for the last 14 years as well as her dad, mom, and two older brothers. She was a public school teacher for 4 years and now is the Story Teller for Maple Street Biscuit Company. She has a passion for sharing about God’s faithfulness through her own personal story of being a single, foster and adoptive mom.
Breakout Leader: It is Well in Every Season
Breakout Leader: It Is Well In My Cancer
Maureen is a nurse at Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville, Fl. She has been married to her husband, Ben, for over 7 years and they have two small children, Everett and Emma Kate. She is a University of Florida graduate and during her time in Gainesville she was involved at North Central Baptist church. When she is able she enjoys DIY house projects, spending time at the beach, and watching football. By God’s grace this March, Maureen will celebrate her one year anniversary of freedom from cancer.