Tiffany Stuart is a women’s and youth speaker and creativity coach. She lives with her husband and teenage daughter is Colorado Springs, Colorado. She speaks at women’s retreats and Christian conferences, youth events, special events, coaching or creativity workshops, and writer’s groups of all ages.
To download Tiffany’s speaker packet, please CLICK HERE.
For sample speaking videos, visit HERE
FORMER RADIO MINISTRY: Former co-host a weekly radio show on Blog Talk Radio through Christian Women Affiliate alongside speaker and blogger, Barbara Keene. Archives are still available to download on iTunes or on CWA Radio. Show name: Our Hiding Place (Or google “Our Hiding Place CWA Radio” to access direct links.
God’s Love is Bigger than Your But (my favorite message or 3 part series)
If you’re like me, you’ve been broken, and probably more than once, in more than one place. And often times brokenness leaves us feeling forgotten, all used up or even no good. We feel bad for all the years wasted and we feel defeated. But we don’t have to stay that way. It is possible to discover beauty from what was once the ugly and broken in your life. Tiffany takes you to the broken places of her life to show you how amazing God is. He is redeemer, restorer, and a beauty-maker of former broken places. Come and see how up, close and personal God is. Allow Him to meet you in that broken place so that you may be healed. Let His love transform you today. It’s never too late.
IF ONLY we weren’t distracted by our dishes, laundry or our bills to pay, THEN we could really enjoy God. If only.. then. What does yours say? But what if we had eyes to see Him every day? How would your life be sweeter? In this talk, Tiffany shares how she is always looking for God’s hidden treasures. She shares simple, practical ways to practice the presence of God no matter where you are at or how busy you are.
So many people struggle to pray. After a minute of praying, we’re done. We feel guilty about our prayer life. We forget. We wish it were easier and less complicated. In this message, Tiffany shares how she once was afraid to pray out loud and now she loves to pray with and for others. She loves to pray period.
Prayer connects us with God.
Tiffany believes it is possible for the non-pray-er to learn to love to pray. And it’s amazing to see what happens when we pray. We change. We heal. We learn to love.
In this talk, Tiffany challenges others to examine their lives for
“real fruit.” She shares honestly about her fruitless years and her fake fruit moments. You will walk away encouraged to:
*look deeper into God’s word and your heart
*appreciate seasons for what they are -purposeful and intentional
When you hear the phrase, “like mother, like daughter”, what do you think? Do you cringe at the idea of your daughter copying you? If so, I understand. Raising girls can be complicated. And let’s face it, we all have messy mom days. In this session, Tiffany shares:
* the challenges of raising godly girls
* offers practical ways moms can model God’s love
Accepting Yourself in a World Wanting You to be “One Size Fits All”
Ever tried to squeeze yourself into jeans that are too small? It’s not pretty or comfortable. Women are not one size fits all. As someone who tried and failed to be one-size-fits-all, Tiffany challenges you to:
* Accept your shape (God’s design for you)— use your talents and know your limitations
* Start saying no to things that shout o-v-e-r-l-o-a-d
* Experience greater freedom and joy by being yourself
Lighten Up and Laugh, Moms
(This talk can be tweaked to ANY audience, NOT just for moms. Because I believe laughter changes lives. We all need to lighten up and enjoy our lives.)
All work and no play makes you a dull girl. Truth hurts, right? I know because I used to be an uptight mom. Using personal examples and practical tips, Tiffany challenges you to:
* Dump the “I’ve got to get it all done” mentality
* Discover fun ways to complete your To-Do list (with your kids helping)
* Create one-of-a-kind—laughable—family memories
* See the truth in God’s Word about laughter
Rough, Polished, or Somewhere in Between?
(the transformation process as a Christian)
(This visual talk can be tailored to any age: children, teens, adults)
Ever feel like life is rock hard? Have others hurt and rubbed you the wrong way? Do you see yourself as ordinary or even rough around the edges? If so, you’re not alone. Tiffany uses five components of a rock tumbler to help you:
* Enhance your ability to accept difficult trials and relationships
* Increase your passion to read the Word
* Maximize your view of yourself through God’s eyes
Healing From Abortion
Always willing to share my abortion story and healing. I love to give honor and dignity to the unborn. I love watching God bring healing to post-abortive women who struggle with guilt and shame! God is our healer.
**I am a certified Surrendering the Secret Bible study leader.
To hear my 8 minute testimony from my home church (FIRST time I shared with both men and women, I was a mess!), CLICK HERE
To hear an interview with Lucy Ann Moll of Sisterhood of Beautiful Warriors, CLICK HERE.
Healing from sexual abuse
I’m passionate to speak out for those who cannot yet, especially those who’ve suffered from childhood sexual abuse. Please contact to discuss your group’s needs.
Blogging and Writing Talks
(For bloggers or online writers)
How often do you start to read a blog and stop because it’s too long or not focused? Internet reading differs from relaxing in your recliner to enjoy a good novel. Online readers either want a mega dose of information (or inspiration) in bite-sized morsels. In this workshop, Tiffany shares how to:
- grab your readers’ attention from the start and keep it until the last sentence
- make every word count
- write for maximum effectiveness to touch your readers’ hearts
- develop your writing voice
As writers, we can become stuck as we learn the craft of writing. We see new opportunities to submit our work and we want to move forward, but we aren’t sure what to do next. This workshop helps writers consider where they are along the journey and encourages them to take the next practical step towards their publication dreams.