Meet the Creative Team
HOPING TO INSPIRE PEOPLE TO SEE EACH OTHER THROUGH GOD'S EYES.
Babbie Mason is a two-time Dove Award-winning Christian singer, songwriter, author, and TV talk show host, who remains a favorite artist to a very dedicated audience. A Christian Music Hall of Fame inductee, Babbie Mason has 26 recorded projects to her credit and authored 8 books including: Treasures of Heaven in the Stuff of Earth and FaithLift: Put Wings to Your Faith Walk and Soar
Mason has performed before U.S. presidents, including Jimmy Carter, and sung at Billy Gramham’s evangelistic crusades. She has also been featured on several of their best-selling projects, including the Grammy Award winning Kennedy Center Homecoming. Mason is involved in Christian women's conferences and has been a popular guest on the Women of Faith tour. She hosts a television talk show called Babbie's House.
Alveda C. King, PhD, serves as Chair of the America First Policy Institute’s Center for the American Dream. She is the daughter of the late slain civil rights activist Rev. A. D. King and the niece of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as well as a Christian evangelist and is founder of Speak for Life, and Alveda King Ministries. Dr. King is also an acclaimed author writing numerous books, twice elected to Georgia State House of Representatives, past presidential appointee, 2021 recipient of the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award, and is a film and music industry veteran. She is an acclaimed actress, songwriter, author of numerous books and host of a popular TV cooking show.
King studied journalism and sociology as an undergraduate and received a Master of Arts degree in business management from Central Michigan University. She received an honorary doctorate from Saint Anselm College and a Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Theology from Aidan University.
Lynda Elliott is a retired social worker. She has worked for many years with abusive families and battered, homeless women and children. As well, she has provided counseling for individuals and families and small groups. She is now focusing on helping people find their path by life coaching.
As a warm and enthusiastic speaker, Lynda has trained people nationally and internationally to help one another. She is the author of An Invitation to Healing, How can I Help? and co-author of My Father’s Child, Help and Healing for Survivors of Physical, Emotional and Sexual Abuse.
Lynda has been an adjunct professor at Trinity College and Seminary and is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. She writes articles for a Christian women’s magazine, Just Between Us. Some of Lynda’s favorite topics are Freedom from Anger and Depression, and How to Get Your Emotions to Support You, and How to Help People Without Harming Them or Yourself.