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Welcome to the all NEW Elizabeth’s House website, we’re so happy you took a few moments out of your day to share some time with us. Peruse the site, post a comment, sign up for our blog and soak in some words. We hope you’ve got a hot coffee in your hand while you do…and if you have any questions, we would love to answer them!

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Melissa Sharpe

Melissa Sharpe

Speaker, Teacher, Writer…

Melissa founded Elizabeth’s House Ministries in 2008 with the purpose of helping women own their faith and recognize the person within that God created them to be. Self described as The Wayward Child, Melissa uses life experiences and witty storytelling to passionately convey’s God’s love in action making it relatable to everyday life. Melissa is often travelling for speaking and teaching at conferences and workshops. Melissa is currently working on her first book and writes an online blog where she shares her thoughts, struggles and insight on having a personal relationship with Christ.

Melissa is also the writer and blogger on the We Are Gateway App for Gateway Church. You can find the app, her writing, and all gateway church resources on iTunes and Google Play.

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Recent Posts

Keeping Up With The Jones’s

May 15th, 2017|0 Comments

Vanity. How deep the roots can grow when our fertile soul finds itself a friend of this world. In the book of Ecclesiastes we find who we presume is king Solomon unravelling his roots in search of meaning.

Wise In Our Own Eyes

May 8th, 2017|0 Comments

The book of Proverbs is a collection of writings, a good portion written by king Solomon, that biblical scholars considered to be a manual for every day living during our human existence.

A Human Condition That Hasn’t Changed

May 1st, 2017|0 Comments

The Psalms, song lyrics composed by David, his son Solomon, music directors, and various others, are probably the most commonly known scriptures to man. They are the hearts cry and beautiful reflection of the human condition at work in worship.