Michele would love to share Truth at your next women’s event. She delights in reporting on the lessons in grace that God is leading her through with the goal of equipping women to move forward in knowing God by staying close to His Word.

You can expect biblically-based material presented with practical application (and a touch of humor).


For a radio interview where Michele shares more of her story, click here to listen.


Suggested Topics

Michele has taught on the following topics — but also loves to craft unique talks to suit the theme of a gathering:

The Beatitudes: What Does It Mean to Be Blessed?

Titus: Keeping the Clock Wound

Greetings from Missionary Paul

New Testament Postcards of Grace

Nehemiah:  Why Should I Come Down to You?

Listen to the Angel’s Message (Christmas theme)

Steadfast Faith – Three talks from I Corinthians 10:

  • Images of Faithfulness
  • Survival Skills for the Wilderness
  • The Nature of God’s Guidance

Hope in Christ:  An Anchor for the Soul



I’d love to visit your event or group!  To get the conversation started, contact me by email (morin6.mm@gmail.com).


Michele in Maryland

Here’s what others are saying . . .

“Michele Morin was a delightful speaker at our annual Spring conference for ladies in Central Massachusetts.  Her depth of insight into the Word of God and ability to communicate that well, proved her gifts of teaching and encouragement.  Michele’s love of words, warm and genuine manner, and her sense of humor well-honed by parenting 4 boys, was a breath of fresh air for our ladies.  We loved her – she’s the ‘real deal’!”     Linnea Youngsma, Women’s Ministry Leader, Cornerstone Church, North Uxbridge, Massachusetts


“Michele Morin spoke at our Ladies’ Christmas Dessert to 130 Ladies.  She did a wonderful presentation of sharing the Scriptures and using life stories to illustrate the verses. She connected well with the ladies of all ages.  I would highly recommend Michele as a speaker.”  Amy English, Pastor’s wife and women’s ministry coordinator, West Rockport, Maine