Moody Bible Study Author Erica Wiggenhorn shares how God worked all things together for good in three key areas in her life, and Redemption Press author of Amaryllis Journey, Konnie Viner, shares her story of redemption out of domestic violence.
Meet the Guests
Erica Wiggenhorn is an award-winning author and the founder of Every Life Ministries, bringing you the truths of Scripture to transform your life. By digging deeply into God’s Word, Every Life Ministries encourages you to discover your unique purpose, accept God’s promises, and live by His power. Erica is the author of three Bible studies released by Moody Publishers: An Unexplainable Life, The Unexplainable Church and Unexplainable Jesus: Rediscovering the God You Thought You Knew through Moody Publishers. Erica serves on the women’s ministry leadership team for her church and regularly teaches in various venues. She’s also taught women in the Arizona State Prison system, and overseas. She loves to bring God’s Word to anyone who’ll listen whether it’s a large women’s conference, a church women’s retreat, her own kitchen table or across your computer screen with her teaching series or YouTube Channel. A graduate and post-graduate of Azusa Pacific University, Erica lives in Phoenix with her best friend & husband, Jonathan, and their four children only two of which are human, and the others furry and adorable.
Konnie Vinner was raised in Kansas and has lived in Arizona, California, Missouri, Massachusetts and currently New Hampshire. She has two adult children and three grandchildren. She is a former secondary education teacher and tutor. In recent years, she has been self-employed as a part-time contracted court reporter but has been furloughed since March due to COVID. Konnie’s purpose in writing is to encourage women by reassuring them of God’s love and faithfulness, especially in times of brokenness and disappointment. Konnie founded a ministry for abuse victims which utilized original curriculum in support groups. She has experience as a volunteer advocate for victims of domestic abuse. As a Bible teacher she taught Precept courses, facilitated Community Bible Study groups, and led various studies in local churches.