Published reports in recent years has exposed that a surprising number of Christians struggle to open, read, and understand scriptures beyond the weekly Sunday sermon. Diana knows how that feels so she helps Christian Women discover creative ways to connect with their Bibles so they can live the abundant, purposeful life Jesus came to give them.
As a story teller, you will find that Diana openly acknowledges and addresses the struggles women face; the struggle to do it all, to thrive and maintain balance between family, friends, careers, ministry, and whatever else big city living calls us to.
Anchored to the truth and hope of Jesus, Diana hopes her writing and teaching will help her community of readers discover the beauty of the Gospel, experience the relentless love of Jesus, and discover their purpose.
Born and raised in NYC, Diana lives, serves, and thrives in The Big Apple with her husband, Jakub, and their three daughters.
Diana is a writer, a bible study facilitator at Christ Tabernacle Church and is the Associate Director at The Legacy Center Community Development Corporation and she teaches Bible Journaling and Bible Study through her private ministry, Anchored Women.
During her free time, Diana recharges around loved ones — competing for the title of game night champion or eating huge meals (cooked by someone else!). She is a self proclaimed book worm and reads tons of books in her favorite chair with coffee, cheese, and crackers (a staple in most Latin homes), and disciples in community as she leads Bible Journaling workshops.
This is the story of how God’s grace and mercy and His relentless love pursues us…
I believe each one of us can live a JOYFUL, PURPOSEFUL life when we are ANCHORED to the hope and truth of Jesus. Knowing truth leads to transformation. Transformation begins when we learn to apply and hold the healing truth of God’s word in our hearts and minds. When my heart was healed and I began to dig into God’s word my life changed. I believe and want that for each one of you. That’s why I teach. That’s why I write.