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Founder of Marketers On A Mission, equipping Christian

communicators to become change catalysts since 1999

Founder of Marketers On A Mission ENGAGE, a free, private Facebook group for Christian writers and speakers

Host of Marketers On A Mission FB Live Program (on indefinite hiatus) with over 500 (60-minute) interviews with Christian writers and speakers

Faculty member at Christian writers/speakers conferences

across America

Guest on award-winning national and international podcasts (see below)

Featured in Lifeway’s Mature Living magazine

Guest blogger (and blog guest) for popular Christian blogs

Contributor to the book, We May Be Done, But We’re Not Finished

Monthly columnist for Almost an Author and

The Write Life, and The Write Conversation.

Monthly Columnist

Guest Blogs or Blog Guest

Why is This Happening to Me?

Patricia’s guest post on Dr. Michelle Bengtson’s blog.
oordinating podcast:
How to Maintain Your Hope in the Face of Financial Catastrophe 9.20

Podcast Guest

Guest Patricia Durgin 

hosted by Theresa Rowe on her
podcast, Shaped by Faith 2.23

Guest Patricia Durgin

hosted by Sharon Tedford on her
podcast, God in the Ordinary 4.22

How Email Marketing Works

hosted by Linda Goldfarb on Blue Ridge Conference’s
Podcast, Your Best Writing Life 10.21

Part One

Part Two

No Matter Your Situation,
God Still Has a BIG Dream for You! 

hosted by Dawn Scott Damon on Advanced Writers and Speaker’s Podcast, Arise Esther 11.22

How to Maintain Your Hope in the Face of Financial Catastrophe

hosted by Dr. Michelle Bengtson on
her podcast, Your Hope-Filled Perspective 9.20

Top 10 Tips for Marketers on a Mission

hosted by Marnie Swedberg on
her podcast, Marnie’s Friends 12.19

Featured in Profile Article for Lifeway Magazine’s Mature Living  4.21

(Click on each page’s image to enlarge.)

Book Contributor  7.21

The Selah Award Winning Book We May Be Done But We’re Not Finished

by Deb DeArmond and Friends

I contributed “When There’s Nothing to Give” on page 65, about a financial catastrophe my husband and I experienced. Excerpt below (shared with permission).

“In August, 2015, life was full of possibilities. By March, 2017, life was an empty, gray void.

…Ten months passed. Near Christmas, our pastor encouraged the congregation to give sacrificially in the new year. 

David and I sat there penniless, without so much as five dollars crammed in the back of our sock drawer.

Then Pastor added, ‘If you’re in a time of financial need yourself, give sacrificially of your gifts instead.’ Light bulb moment! I would donate my marketing skills as a praise offering.

…I never guessed that serving others sacrificially in Jesus’ name would establish my business, yet it’s thriving–and I’m still giving away loads of training.”

Originally published in We May Be Done, But We’re Not Finished. Elk Lake Publishing July, 2021.
Special thanks to my friend, author Deb DeArmond for inviting me to participate.  Purchase the book.