YOU CAN’T TOUCH THIS!!
I MADE IT OVER!
YOU CAN'T TOUCH THIS!!
Ladies, I don’t look like what I’ve been through, or even what I’m going through right now, and I certainly don’t know what is to come; but when I’ve been touched by God, I become untouchable! Job 1:8-12. There is something about His touch! This message is designed to share how I was reignited by the power of His touch in my life and how my faith was strengthened. I will continue to walk in my purpose knowing that I have been touched by Him!
WORKSHOP : I MADE IT OVER!
For a moment in time, we will experience a journey filled with uncertainty, insecurity, triumphs and trials, faith with and without works leading to the surrendering to the plans and promises of God through ‘writing wrongs.’ “For I know the plans I have for you …” Jeremiah 29:11.
Ladies, through this workshop, we will experience the vulnerability and God given strength to be naked, fully clothed. We will try on and share a different wardrobe of tools that will demonstrate how I made it over!
Kaliah Hampton-Barringer's Biography
Kaliah Hampton-Barringer, born and raised in Toledo, Ohio. Kaliah affectionately known as Kay and poetically known as Floeticly Divine is the youngest of nine siblings. Kay is the mother of six handsome and intelligent sons who created her precious cargo made up of two granddaughters and two grandsons. Kay started writing and engaging the arts at a young age. She continued on into her adulthood writing plays, skits and monologues for marriage retreats, church programs and community events. Her love for the arts is one of the motivational factors when performing, hosting or organizing events.
Kay has been an advanced cosmetologist for over 25 years, she is a certified Community Health Worker that takes pride in helping the community and making a difference. Kay holds a degree in Allied Health for Physical Therapy Assisting, where she prays to secure licensure in the near future. Kay is one of the cofounders of CORA’s Mission, a Domestic Violence Awareness organization that is currently embarking on seven years of service and awareness. Kay also enjoys creating while decorating parties and spending time with her family.
Kay is a member of the Glass City Church of Christ, where she feels that she is humbly grateful to be able to edify God through her gifts with her church family. One of her favorite quotes is “poetry is therapy for the soul.”