Shana Chaplin blogs at (Simplified Organized Styled), focusing on living a beautiful life with purpose. Shana is a former missionary kid, wife to Paul Chaplin, and mother to twin daughters, Emery & Lindsey. She and her family reside in Maumelle, Arkansas. Shana formerly worked in non-profit management and training and served as Director of Women’s Ministry at Immanuel Baptist Church. She now serves as Deputy Chief of Community Engagement & Faith-based Partnerships at the Arkansas Department of Human Services, where she has the privilege of promoting volunteerism and national service, strengthening partnerships between faith-based organizations and local and state government.
Living out life as a faithful steward of Christ can be difficult and challenging. Shana strives to live a disciplined life so she can focus on being effective, not just efficient. She has a heart for home, for women and for community. She longs to see women come to embrace the gifts and talents God has given them and use those gifts and talents to serve their families, their friends, their churches, and their communities.
If you would like to contact Shana for a speaking engagement, use the e-mail as listed above or call 501-680-0969. Shana is available to speak on Women’s Ministry, Missions and Ministry, Organization and Community Engagement. Below are a few of her session titles:
- Leadership for Women: Leaving a Legacy, Not Developing a Reputation
- Striving Stress to Releasing Rest
- A Thriving Woman: Effective, Not Just Efficient
- Biblical Womanhood: The Proverbs 31 Woman in Today’s World
- Managing Home & Managing Ministry
- Breaking Cycles-Finding Peace
- Raising Proverbs 31 Daughters
- What Does it Mean to Love Your Neighbor
Each of the above sessions can be tailored to your needs. They can be conducted as 45 minute to one hour sessions or can be expanded to cover a weekend women’s retreat.
Here’s what people are saying:
“I attended the Proverbs 31 women PLAN session and truly could have sat there and soaked it in for hours. She spoke of many things like “life is lived in the ordinary i.e. laundry, dishes and not in the extraordinary – sports, lessons etc.” She talked about that we can’t be all things to our family. That we need support from our sisters in Christ and that sometimes we really need to just let it go. (I kinda started singing in my head at that point)” Inspire 2015 attendee