Lisa Brenninkmeyer is an author and speaker who would love to share her heart with women of any age at your conference or event. Speaking on topics from finding joy and overcoming anxiety to saving your marriage, Lisa will provide engaging, authentic, Catholic content to help make your next event a success.
Lisa is the founder and chief purpose officer of Walking with Purpose. A convert to Catholicism, she wrote her first Bible study in 2002 out of a desire to see Catholic women come to know Christ personally. In 2008, WWP became a fully independent non-profit organization with 501c(3) status and a mission of helping every Catholic woman and girl in America open her heart to Jesus Christ. Today, more than 49,000 women, young women, and girls participate in WWP each year.
Lisa has been recognized by the Catholic Leadership Institute as a National Catholic Leader, and was a presenter at the USCCB Convocation of Catholic Leaders. She has presented the unique model of WWP at national conferences throughout the country, and has been a guest on a number of radio, television, and podcast shows as well.
Lisa holds a B.A. in psychology from St. Olaf College and is pursuing her master’s degree in theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. She and her husband Leo have seven children and three grandsons and reside in St. Augustine, Florida.
Another glass of wine, just one more episode on Netflix, a little more scrolling on Instagram... Women are numbing out at ever-increasing rates.
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Recent research shows that almost 40% of Americans are more anxious now than they were at this time last year.
This talk is tailor made for women who fear losing control, being rejected, experiencing suffering, and stepping out in obedience to God.
Want a healthy and happy relationship? This talk unravels the truth from the lies about marriage, setting you up for success before you say I do.
You do not need to choose between ministry and motherhood, but embracing those dual calls requires a game plan.