BROKEN CRAYONS STILL COLOR

A life mantra. A reminder that our past doesn’t have to define us.

BROKEN CRAYONS STILL COLOR

A life mantra.
A reminder that our past doesn’t have to define us.


Why We're Here

We are here for the hopeless woman.
For the broken, the disqualified and the imperfect.
So, we’re pretty much here for all women. :)

We believe the world has lied to us. It’s planted a narrative deep in our feminine hearts that perfection is the gatekeeper to action, success and influence. Ladies, that’s just not true.

We know that there are other women out there who are in valleys thinking that their brokenness discounts them. When there are stories all throughout the bible, showing broken people, broken women that God empowers to do life-changing, world-shaking things. We want that truth to be told to as many women as possible.

Our hope is that in a world that says we have to be perfect to be used, we’d all walk boldly in the truth that God will use us right in the middle of our mess. No matter what your story of brokenness is, if you're reading this, God Still has an incredible plan for you. For all of us.

Why We're Here

We are here for the hopeless woman.
For the broken, the disqualified and the imperfect.
So, we’re pretty much here for all women. :)

We believe the world has lied to us. It’s planted a narrative deep in our feminine hearts that perfection is the gatekeeper to action, success and influence. Ladies, that’s just not true.

We know that there are other women out there who are in valleys thinking that their brokenness discounts them. When there are stories all throughout the bible, showing broken people, broken women that God empowers to do life-changing, world-shaking things. We want that truth to be told to as many women as possible.

Our hope is that in a world that says we have to be perfect to be used, we’d all walk boldly in the truth that God will use us right in the middle of our mess. No matter what your story of brokenness is, if you're reading this, God Still has an incredible plan for you. For all of us.

Meet The Team
Toni was born and raised in Houston, Texas (she pretty much always mentions Texas first in her introductions). Shortly after graduating with a business degree from Sam Houston State University, Toni moved to Atlanta, the city she now calls home and spends most of her time loving on her husband Sam and daughter Dylan. With a degree in business logistics and entrepreneurship, she has used her talents to help ministries, leaders, and non-profits in the areas of student ministry, creative marketing, leadership, innovation, strategic planning, and diversity and inclusion. Toni kills illusions. She confronts the hard things. She takes her challenges head on, then she takes on your challenges too. She’s a speaker, a host, a teacher, and a faith advocate. She’s had the opportunity to proudly stand on stages like North Point Community Church, Chick-Fil-A, Orange Conference, and MomCon. She’s here to reinspire confidence in your own potential. And, in this digital age of anxiety, Toni is teaching people all over the country that you can be young and a boss, and you can be broken and worthy. She doesn’t want you to just face your demons, she wants you to quash the illusion of your brokenness so you can live the most colorful life possible.

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Bailey was born and raised in Roswell, GA with her family! Her parents made sure she learned who God was, how much He loved His children and what freedom came with knowing Jesus. An Auburn University grad, Bailey thought she’d be working in early childhood education but a desire in her heart grew for ministry. Now, she lives in Peachtree City (a cute place in Georgia that’s known for its golf carts. Yes, golf carts.) with a really cute doodle and an incredible job in Student Ministry. When you’re on the outside looking in at Bailey’s life, most would say it wasn’t challenging or broken. And, if you could sit down for coffee with her, she’d agree and tell you that she naively thought that brokenness would never be part of her story. But, it was. Bailey believes that we are broken people in a broken world and when she looks at the brokenness that has molded her into the woman she is today, she’s constantly reminded that it doesn’t count us out. It actually allows God to weave into the cracks to be the big, powerful, redemptive God that He is. It creates a space for Him to continue to write the beautiful story He had planned for us all along.

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Maggie grew up in A small town in North Georgia, raised in a family of five children. Being in a large family she quickly learned that even in chaos, there’s a love that grew on the inside of her for people. Especially broken people. Having dealt with mental health issues at six-years-old, severe anxiety throughout high school, and divorce at 26 after being in an extremely unhealthy marriage for almost a year, Maggie decided to pursue a degree in Psychology with a focus in Christian Counseling. As she's walking through her own healing she is learning that God truly does work all things for good. She has learned and wants to tell the world through relatable, honest (and sometimes radical lol) content that being broken doesn’t disqualify us from being a vessel, because Jesus doesn’t call the qualified he qualifies the called.

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Danielle is a fun-loving creative from Brooklyn, New York. With a degree in hospitality and a love for digital marketing, she spends her days maximizing guest experiences for hospitality, ministry, and do-good organizations through social media & graphic design. A passionate advocate for spiritual health, Danielle seeks to show others that there is joy in Christ and freedom from brokenness caused by church hurt and spiritual trauma. When she's not behind her computer (or laughing hysterically for no reason), you can find her in Atlanta, Georgia making music, eating good food, or binge-watching Disney movies!

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