We all have a story and our story is more than about “me.” When we let fear overcome faith, we short-change our relationship with God, the work He wants to do in us and the freedom He desires to give us. When we give our story to Jesus, He turns our ordinary story into an EXTRAordinary testimony of God’s grace, mercy and love.
You may have a broken story, but God wants to heal it, redeem it and use it for His glory. He wants to break through your story, take it captive, and get to the REAL story.
The real story is in the power of Jesus Christ and how He works things out for good in your life.
The real story is how He moves you from fear to faith to freedom!
The real story is for you to be equipped to spread the knowledge of Jesus Christ as you allow Him to use your story for His glory.
As a business owner, educator, church staff member, award-winning speaker and television director, Glenda knows what it’s like to live through change—and let God mold her into an obedient child.
In 2009, Glenda combined her diverse professional history and her love of education to create College Advising and Planning Services— a full-service, faith-based educational consulting firm, to focus, empower, and motivate students planning for college. Having demonstrated the highest level of competency in the field, she is one of only 300 Certified Educational Planners in the United States and one of a few college planners with a faith-based perspective. Glenda wrote The Christians Guide to College Admissions—Junior and Senior Editions (2009).
Glenda serves as the Children’s Choir Director at Calvary Chapel, Albuquerque, where she directs the annual children’s Christmas “Praise-entation,” with over 150 K—5th grade children. She also heads the prayer ministry for a Community Bible Study. Her great privilege is sharing life lessons through speaking, writing, teaching, and mentoring. Glenda recently celebrated her 31st anniversary with her “Mr. Right,” an award-winning green builder. She has two amazing daughters, Christina and Amberle, and two equally amazing son-in-laws.