Learning to use your broken pieces to create impact
Ready to be encouraged, equipped and empowered to find beauty in your brokenness? Join us for an evening that will help you find meaning in the mess. Mandy Benedix, owner of Rooted Together, will share a keynote that will challenge you to see your brokenness in a new way and will provide you with six ways to be impactful and imperfect at the same time.
Also, participants will be moved and challenged by Chenda Moore and Angela Titcombe, two women who have used their broken pieces to create a beautiful story of strength, perseverance and hope.
This evening will allow the opportunity to laugh together, cry together, and ultimately grow together. We cannot expect others to accept our wounds if we don't.
We were all made for more and we are better together. Round up all the women in your life and give yourself the gift of growth by sharing this evening together.
You deserve this and the world deserves you - all of you - even the broken pieces because there is beauty in all of it.
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Individual tickets: $40 each
Purchase 5 or more tickets for only $30 each
Saturday, February 8, 2020
5:30 - 9 p.m.
Shadycrest Baptist Church
3017 Yost Blvd.
Pearland, TX 77581
*No dinner, but dessert will be served at intermission
Mandy Benedix has worked in public education for 20 years and currently oversees the RISE Mentoring program that she created for Pearland ISD in 2015. A two- time district Teacher of the Year, Mandy’s ability to teach and inspire change in others is not limited to young people in a classroom. Most recently, Mandy founded a human development company, Rooted Together, that exists to connect people to each other, to information and to resources that will help move them towards their best self. Whether working one on one, with a small group, or presenting to hundreds of people from various organizations and businesses, Mandy knows how to engage her audience and connect in a way that makes every presentation feel like a dialogue between friends rather than a lecture. Mandy believes in and lives her life with grace and grit. Her passion lies in helping people to dream big, work hard, take risks, and above all be kind.
Angela Wrigglesworth Titcombe
Angela Wrigglesworth Titcombe has been an educator for 20 years and currently teaches third grade at the School at St. George Place. She has served on numerous non-profit organizations both locally and nationally including the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Camp For All Foundation. She is a former Ms. Wheelchair Texas and ongoing advocate for people with disabilities. Most recently, she and her husband have founded a company, Cobble and Stone Consulting, where she illuminates paths of opportunities for those facing adversity as an Abilities Advisor. She lives by the quote of famous basketball coach, John Wooden, "Things turn out best for those who make the best of the way things turn out."
Chenda Moore has been an educator for over 24 years. Her passion and desire to educate children and make a positive impact on their lives is apparent in her daily work. In her book, “He Knows The Plan”, she recounts her personal journey of survival and resilience as she faced obstacles both in Cambodia and America. Chenda hopes to inspire people to never give up. She tries to find the positives in every moment of life’s journey. Chenda believes that “life is a gift” no matter how many valleys we must overcome. We must be intentional about living a life that has positive impact.