Reactions to Maggie’s Performances:
“The Woman Jesus Called Mother” deeply touched the hearts of just under 200 women the night of December 10th at First Baptist Wheaton. Maggie’s performance drew us into thinking about all that Mary went through, from happy thoughts as a young girl to heavy tears as an older woman to deep joy upon the realization of all that her Son had accomplished through his death and resurrection. She knew she had been called to be God’s servant, and in yielding everything to Him recognized that her Son had come to be her Savior. A powerful and deeply moving performance!
– Cindy Heslinga, Womens Ministry, First Baptist, Wheaton, IL
We just had Maggie at Harvest Bible Chapel-Peoria to present, “The woman Jesus called Mother.” It was so powerful! There was not a dry eye in the room as Maggie brought the reality of Jesus to life. It truly left each woman taking a fresh look at Jesus. I don’t think anyone left the same way they came. The Lord was glorified.
–Jonna Harkness, Women’s Ministry, Harvest Bible Chapel, Peoria, IL
– Chris Neilsen, Community Fellowship, West Chicago, IL
– Donna Osier, Ashburn Baptist, Orland Park, IL
The women at our Christmas Tea have kept telling me how moving Maggie’s performance was that evening. They said how wonderful it was to hear Mary’s point of view. It was an emotional journey with Mary through her life as the “Mother of Jesus.”
– Lisa Engelhardt, Medinah Baptist Christmas Tea, Medinah, IL
The women of Grace Fellowship Church in Oak Forest have been blessed with Maggie’s performances two times now! In the past we were challenged by Amy Carmichael as Maggie portrayed her to us in a way that draws you right into her life! It was fascinating to learn about her devotion to the Lord and to be challenged in our own walk with the Lord! Recently we had her back for a Christmas outreach where her presentation of Mary went out to nearly 300 hundred women! We were so encouraged and look forward to the fruit that will surely come in the lives of the women in attendence that night!
– Tara Williams, Grace Fellowship, Oak Forest, IL
We so enjoyed Maggie’s presentation ~ she excellently took her audience from the beginning of Mary’s journey to the end of her life. She portrayed Mary in a way that we could relate to her and have a better understanding of what the mother of Jesus went through. Seeing Mary embrace Jesus as her Messiah and King was an amazing thing to see!! We would encourage anyone to see Maggie’s
presentation of Mary .
–Melissa Bowman, Marsh Corner Community Church, Methuen, MA