a native of Morgantown, WV, is a wife and mother of
three boys age 22, 20, and 18. She has a psychology and teaching degree
WVU and formally taught in Westmoreland, TN and at
St. Francis in Morgantown.
She was raised Catholic and attended church
regularly, but had no personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Most
life she felt fearful, lonely, empty, and in need of something to fill her up
and numb the anxiety. She searched and found only temporary satisfaction
through the Word of God, Stephanie found forgiveness,
hope, and a new identity.
She broke free from an addiction
through the help of God the Father, Jesus Christ, and
power of the Holy Spirit.
Stephanie is excited to share about her
journey to freedom in Christ, which
includes her struggle with her oldest son's addiction which resulted in a horrible
boating accident. Currently she is teaching a Bible study and is involved in the
WV Catholic Charismatic Renewal. She serves as a Parent Ambassador on
WVU Collegiate Recovery Program and is on the Board of West Virginia
Hospital. Her mission is
to help those enslaved by addiction and
their families find freedom through Jesus
Christ. She believes the
God is healing in all situations. Her story will inspire you to become what
God created you to be as you enjoy His presence forever.