Below are some of her most requested speaking topics. But she’d be glad to develop a talk to meet your group’s needs.
Roller Coaster Living
Many chronic illnesses are cyclical in nature. You feel fine one day and ill the next. Judy shares ways to navigate the roller coaster of chronic illness.
Moving beyond “call me if you need anything,” Judy offers practical tips for ministering to those who are ill.
Hope for the Journey
Illness. The loss of a loved one. Financial burdens. How do we keep even a glimmer of hope alive? Judy shares three ways to nurture hope during times of crisis.
Cuddle Time: Sharing Books with Young Children
The love of reading is one of the most important gifts you can give your child. In this workshop, we’ll explore how to choose the best books for young children and tips for reading aloud.
Marketing to Public Libraries
Join a veteran librarian as we explore how to connect with public libraries in your neighborhood and around the country, how to promote your book in a “library friendly” manner, and how to partner with libraries for author events. Judy will present a glimpse into the library’s book selection process, and discuss some of the trends in library purchasing.
Writing to Comfort & Encourage
How do we write about painful topics in a way that brings God’s hope to others? What is the difference between writing as therapy vs. writing that offers encouragement? Judy presents tips for creating writing that offers encouragement and hope in life’s most difficult circumstances.
“Judy speaks with quiet authority, tenderness, and passion for young children and literacy. She gives young moms great confidence as their children’s first and foremost teachers. What a gift she’s been to our MOPS program over the years!”
MOPS Mentor Mom, Lake City Community Church
Judy Gann’s workshop was outstanding
“Judy Gann’s workshop, “Marketing to Public Libraries,” was outstanding. It was filled with professional insights that helped me pitch my book to librarians in ways that captured their interest. Eight novels later, I’m proud to say that my books are on library shelves around the country thanks to Judy’s help.”