Bible Belles creator Erin Weidemann has agreed to join the roster of World Vision Speakers Bureau. A Christian humanitarian organization helping children, families and their communities overcome poverty and injustice, World Vision and its Speakers Bureau are focused on bringing audiences miraculous stories of transformation from near and far. Beginning in 2018, Erin will be partnering with World Vision USA to support its mission of helping children around the world, and continuing her passion to empower women of all ages.
Erin and her family were able to experience firsthand the work of World Vision through their sponsored child Andrea, who lives in Honduras. Their relationship with Andrea helps Erin and her family live out their faith and values, and instills a compassionate spirit in their daughter to love and care for other children around the world.
Erin shares, “My heart beats for this next generation, and it is an honor to join the World Vision speaking team to impact children and their families for Jesus.”
Erin is a powerful storyteller, inspiring entrepreneur and advocate for World Vision. Erin is the creator of Bible Belles, which includes the award-winning The Adventures of Rooney Cruz book series for young girls, and the “Heroes for Her” podcast for women of all backgrounds.
A wife, mother, coach and five-time cancer survivor, Erin’s life experience has inspired her to create a brand focused on inspiring women of all ages to fulfill their destiny, redefine the world’s messages of beauty and worth, and to promote positive, powerful female role models in scripture and modern culture.
The Adventures of Rooney Cruz series focuses on five superhero women of the Bible. Rooney is a 9-year old girl who discovers her own hidden superpowers by being introduced to strong, incredible women in scripture. Already released in the book series are Hannah: The Belle of Prayer, Esther: The Belle of Patience, Abigail: The Belle of Bravery, and Ruth: The Belle of Loyalty.
Deborah: The Belle of Leadership is slated to release in spring of 2018 in a partnership with World Vision. For every Deborah book sold, a book will be donated to a girl living in an under-resourced community in the US.
“For too long many women have felt like their voices do not matter,” she continues. “There is no better time to pour into the lives of girls and women and get them the tools and resources they need to step into the unique leadership roles God designed for them.”
About World Vision:
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. For more information, please visit www.worldvision.org.
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For more information on Erin Weidemann – www.erinweidemann.com
For more information on Bible Belles – www.biblebelles.com
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