Marjorie Wingert inspires supernal faith for the real-world experience.
As a teen, she faced increasing vision impairment and inevitable loss of eyesight. As she grew, she realized that vision and sight aren't limited to what the eyes take in from Earth but are liberated by what God illuminates in the heart, the spirit, and the sacred space he placed in all of us for faith to guide our way.
As an inspirational speaker and worship leader, Marjorie Wingert engages audiences within a variety of communities and settings, including churches, college chapels, Sunday schools, women's events, conferences, non-profit gatherings and more. Topics include but are not limited to:
- Blindness and vision impairment.
- Working through Grief and loss.
- Thankfulness and thanksgiving.
- Staying present in the moment.
- Turning weaknesses to strengths.
- Finding joy and contentment with grief and loss.
- Peace during the storm.
- Trusting God
- Personal testimony
Sample Marjorie's work!
Talking Points Regarding Faith and Discovery Through One of My Life's Most Profound Trials:
Part One: Learning as a Teen That a Progressive Degenerative Eye Condition Would Eventually Lead to Blindness
"I have found in this life that no matter who you are, where you are, what you're doing, what season of life you're in, trials and challenges come to us all. And one of my life's greatest challenges was about to manifest itself in my teen years. ..."
Part Two: Relinquishing Independence and Accepting the Challenge
"In that moment, I knew that I could no longer drive. This is the hardest thing I've ever had to do: to give up driving, to give up my independence. And although I was so grateful that God had protected me and the other driver, I felt even less whole. ..."
Part Three: God's Steadfast Love as Father and Teacher
"Allow me to share with you two things that God has helped me learn and re-learn as I continue to go throughout this journey. ..."
Part Four: God Knows You, Loves You, and Has Great Plans for You
"'Does God have a plan or purpose for me? Does he love me? Does he care for me?' I can tell you, without a shadow of a doubt, that he does. ..."