Francie has a history of domestic and international ministry that has equipped her to communicate the Gospel with passion to her generation. In her high school, Francie started a strategic evangelism and discipleship club and led early morning Bible studies that fostered hunger for God and spiritual passion in her peer group. She traveled domestically as a teen speaker inspiring girls to know their value, walk in purity and to experience the heart of God. In the years following, she served in Mother Theresa’s home for the dying in Kolkata, sat in brothels with girls her age trapped in the sex trade of Chang Mai, slept in the bush of Namibia to reach tribal people and orphans with the Gospel of Jesus, visited the homes of the poor in the Dominican Republic, and helped with the rebuilding and development of a village in Sri Lanka after the 2004 tsunami.
Francie has a BA in Political Science and a Masters in Evangelism and Leadership from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Il. She lives in Northern Virginia and is crazy about life with her husband and their three kids.
Francie currently ministers as a blogger, writer, and as a speaker for women’s conferences, MOPS groups and for Quench Bible Ministries. She is a regular contributor for The Billy Graham Center’s Evangel-vision blog and Million Praying Women.com.