Listen to the testimony of Michelle White and how she was healed by our Lord through her artwork. She tells her story of going through the grieving process after the birth of her third child, Katie, who was born with Down syndrome. Her healing led her down another road, from facing the reality of her child’s medical issues to healing from a much deeper wound, sexual abuse, from her own childhood. In her art she talks about the journey through shame, depression, guilt, anger, negotiation, repentance, and forgiveness of her abuser. Jesus took her from the depths of darkness to living in joy and inner peace, all gift from the Divine Mercy of God.
Michelle White has been speaking publicly for 20 years. She has given talks to small groups and also groups of 500. Usually she speaks at Charismatic prayer groups, church retreats, youth groups, religious ed classes, and art classes. Her speaking engagements have taken her to New York City, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Specific topics include:
- Healing the Family with a Disabled Loved One
- Healing from Sexual Abuse
- Healing the Marriage
- Repentance, the Key to Deliverance
- Forgiveness, the Key to Freedom
- How to Hear GodSurviving the Teen Years
- The Divine Mercy of Jesus
Talks About the Art
HEALING THE FAMILY: Life can be full of joyous occasions, seasons of discovering new things in our world and about each other. Intermingled with these seasons of peace can come the turbulence of sickness, grief, disaster, and loss. We can experience the pain of loss of a loved one, a marriage, a job, a home, and health. But we can come to peace through the Divine Mercy of God.
Michelle White is a member of St. Columbkill Parish, Boyertown, in the Diocese of Allentown, PA. She is active in her parish as cantor, PREP teacher, lector, and Eucharistic Minister. She is on the approved list of speakers in the Diocese of Allentown, Pennsylvania.
She attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. She is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Temple University in Elementary Education and holds a Masters Degree from Alvernia College in Special Education.
Michelle White is also founder of HEART for the Nations, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that distributes water filters in Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Haiti. All sales of any artwork go to funding her work in Central America. Currently she is building a Ceramic Water Filter Factory in Haiti.
FOR MORE INFO ON HAITI SEE: www.heartforthenations.info