Meet Christy Osborn
Hi, I’m Christy Osborn… a former executive director, corporate speaker, technical trainer, writer and course developer. But that was all before the “Big Shift” happened. Maybe a Big Shift has happened in your life too. It looks something like Paul’s experience in the Bible where God shows up, knocks you off your donkey and decides that everything you used to do, along with all your gifts and talents, will now be used for His Kingdom purposes.
In my blog posts I link arms with you as we learn to navigate relationships with the men in our lives together. I pray you find encouragement and helpful advice from a woman who has paid a lot of “tuition” in marriage. I also write about strengthening our faith in Jesus Christ, overcoming tough times, and a woman’s true beauty. From time to time you may see posts on leadership, influence and productivity. I suppose this stems from my business background. But I’m a firm believer that we all lead and influence someone. Especially Moms. Who more than Moms, need the skills and confidence to lead and influence the next generation?
As a teacher, I’ve always been interested in how your thoughts and intelligence form. Therefore, you will see research and studies in neuroscience peppered into my blog. My goal is to help you understand that God designed your physical and mental health to be governed by what you allow yourself to think about most. Jump in here and enjoy!
Christy Osborn is a passionate Bible teacher, conference speaker, mentor, author and wife. Her new book, Dare to Love a Man, will be released in November, 2015, followed in 2016 by the accompanying Beyond the Dare Journal. Christy incorporates her personal and professional experience to share life-changing insights on relationships and romance. Her background includes more than 20 years of training and development in corporate America. She is the wife of 33 years to Jim and mother to son, Chris. They attend Scottsdale Bible Church where Christy teaches from her lively courses on building extraordinary relationships. Christy has a contagious passion for God and His Word, and loves any opportunity to share her passion with others.