Stacey is a ministry wife, mother of one teen and two tweens, and a sipper of hot tea with honey. She loves to open the Word of God and share the hope of Christ with women. She is a multi-award-winning author, the primary home-educator of her children, and a frequent conference speaker. Her messages have been described as rich in the truths of Scripture, gospel-infused, and life-changing. Stacey is currently working on a graduate certificate in women’s ministry with Heritage Bible College and Seminary.
Education and Affiliations
Stacey is working on a Women’s Ministry Graduate Certificate from Heritage Bible College and Seminary. She has completed the Women’s Ministry Track with Simeon Trust and several correspondent courses with Moody Bible Institute. She has audited online courses with BibleArc.com. Stacey attends workshops as they become available in her area and attends several writing conferences or classes each year.
Stacey is part of a Brantford Christian writers group, and she organizes the high school writers group in Brantford, Ontario. Stacey teaches introduction to Christian writing and journalism in her local home school co-op and is a member of TEACH Home Educators of Brant.
2018: Winner of Best Christian Romance by The Word Awards (In Too Deep)
2017: Winner of Best Christian Romance by The Word Awards (The Builder’s Reluctant Bride).
2017: Finalist for Best Christian Devotional by The Word Awards (Unexpected Love)
2016: Women’s Journey of Faith winner (Glorious Surrender).
2007: Finalist in the Best New Canadian Christian Author Contest. This award recognizes the most promising nonfiction manuscript about the Christian faith.
Stacey’s books are published through Pelican Book Group and/or Write Integrity Press. Stacey is a regular contributor to Women-Together Leadership blog and the Great Commession Collective. Publishing credits include articles in national magazines such as Canadian Family, Just Between Us, the MB Herald, Gospel Light Publishing House, Standard Publishing, Promise Keepers, and Flowers for the Pastor’s Wife. Stacey was one of several authors writing opinion pieces for the Niagara Voices column in the St Catharines Standard newspaper.
Stacey is a regular speaker at Ontario Christian Home Educators’ Connection and a new speaker with Servant Conferences.
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