Tami Weissert, President of Servant’s Oasis, is dedicated to helping others strengthen their relationship with God by getting to know Him better through spending time in His Word. She is the author of Off the Page & Into Your Life: Getting More From God’s Word. She is also an instructor and contributing editor of The Genesis of Woman and Living Better, two DVD resources that are currently used in churches, prisons, rescue missions and groups across the country.
Through authoring Powered by 4, a daily inspirational email and blog, Tami demonstrates her desire to grow closer to God through engaging the Bible, and encourages others to do the same through her writing and speaking.
Tami and her husband, Jeff, live in Georgia. They love to scuba dive, watch football, play golf and go on long walks with their dogs.
Watch this short lesson for help on overcoming your worries.
Real Women SOAR Keynote Presentation Off the Page & Into Your Life: Getting More From God’s Word
Power In Words
A short devotional talk on our words and why they matter.
Dr. Roy Smith
Dr. Roy Smith has worked for over 35 years as a psychologist/counselor to men and their families. Pennsylvania Counseling Services, which he began out of his home, now offers a variety of counseling services in eight counties in Central Pennsylvania. He is an ordained minister with the Evangelical Church Alliance.
He developed the Knights of the 21st Century program, a men’s ministry DVD/curriculum series, to help men grow, which helps them learn how to lead more effectively and contributes to the over-reaching goal of positively changing our culture. Roy has written several books in the area of men’s issues, including Bull, Being God’s Man, Basic Warrior Training, The Campfire Gang series, Manhood Journey (Volumes 1-5), Why Not Try To Hit The Real Target—Men and You’re Not Dead Yet. He consulted on several women’s curriculum series, as well as authored three other men’s DVD programs. He has a Master of Divinity degree and a Master’s and a Doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. Roy is married to Jan, who is also a psychologist; they have two children and one grandson.