Our women at Englewood, found Lisa Clements' passion and love for Christ and His Word a wellspring of infectious joy as she recently shared a mid-winter Breakaway with us. She came to us as a gifted communicator who skillfully weaves scriptural truths, real life stories and practical application into a compelling web of challenge and motivation for life-changing commitments. I encourage you to consider Lisa for one of your women's events. I believe that your ladies will also experience a sweet encounter with the One she so lovingly shares.
Jackie Bobbitt, Director
Englewood Baptist Church
Lisa Clements is an incredibly motivating, captivating, encouraging and inspirational speaker. She draws the audience in with her entertaining humor, wit and charm and then delivers a powerful, God-centered message straight from the heart.
Kellye Cash Sheppard
Miss America 1987 and Christian speaker/singer
Lisa Clements is a breath of fresh air. I have seen Lisa in the role of guest speaker and event coordinator. I always anticipated the events that she was speaking at, simply because she brings the Message like no one I have heard before. She has a real compassion for women. She is full of fresh ideas, energy, excitement, she is "real." I am also honored to call her friend.
Lisa is one of the most sincere, passionate, and Spirit-filled disciple of Christ I have ever met in my life. Lisa has this wonderful way of showing people not only what’s in her head but her heart as well. She is so touched by the Holy Spirit that anyone who has ever heard her speak or teach is motivated to seek God in a manner that will bring revival in their heart. What impresses me most about Lisa is that she talks about that which she’s earned the right to talk about…The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit—she knows them personally. If people would act upon the mandate of God’s spoken words through Lisa I am convinced that the Church and the world would change.
Rev. Terry Press
Our guest speaker, Lisa Clements, was truly God sent! Her topic, “The Forgotten Vineyard,” allowed me to see my life as God sees it, how I have let my spiritual vineyard grow branches that are dead and unproductive without cutting away, and how I have let weeds of bad attitudes and behaviors go unattended until they have become as great trees that are hard to remove.. One thought Lisa shared with us is one I pray I'll implement in my life: “Never look into the face of man in the morning till you have looked into the Face of God”. Give God your first fruits of the day. Ladies, if you missed this retreat there is next year if God allows. Try hard to make time for it. I arrived there empty but I left there full of “Joy Unspeakable”!
Pam Allison, Boaz, AL
Dear Lisa, I have just finished reading your book for the second time and it has had a profound affect on me. There are so many parts of your book that I identify with and find in myself that needs change. I want to commend you on this book and let you know that you are a role model to folks searching like myself. I hope that I will find my destiny. I have fallen but I am getting up! I will worship him from my heart and not just my mouth. I will be the same person on Saturday than I am on Sunday morning.
People say that coaches do so much for the development of the players that they coach and I believe that it is true. If you could put all the good things that I have done for these kids inside a basketball I highly doubt you could fit all the good things Lisa Clements has done for this team inside our entire gymnasium. She has given our entire team, myself included, so much guidance for the game of life. Her passion for and expression of the truth is insatiable.
She does a great job of showing you "the truth" where it just makes sense. She does not have to evangelize; she just presents the information in a way that anybody listening would have to be insane not be be able to "hear" the truth that she is presenting. I think as young people mature they start to realize there were many people in their life that really made a positive impact in who they are today.
Coach Joe Reints - Lambuth University
“And God is able to supply all of your needs so that in all things, at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work.”