Thursday, October 18, 2012

Getting to know your SkyMom Writer... Stacy A. Davis, Sky Ranch SkyMom Board member and writer of "Teach Intentionally"

Stacy A. Davis

Sky Ranch SkyMom Board member and writer of "Teach Intentionally"

Stacy first attended Sky Ranch Summer Camp at 6 years old and she has been a part of Sky Ranch for over 40 years. She has lived the Sky Ranch life map of moving from being a camper to serving campers to continuing the cycle by raising camper kids that serve.  A Dallas native, she and her husband Russell (married for 23 years) and her son, Taylor (20) and daughter, Sarah (18), who both attend Baylor University, have all been campers. Her children have both graduated from the Sky Ranch Sigma Leadership program and one currently serves as a counselor.  
Stacy has been a Sky Ranch Board Member for 10 years and currently serves at Sky Ranch by leading a committee that interacts with the Sky Ranch Staff on curriculum review and program development.  Her love for camping, the outdoors and horses led her family to purchase their East Texas ranch where they spend many relaxing hours bonding, having campfires and thanking God for His amazing creation. Stacy is a member of Prestonwood Baptist church and lives in Plano, Texas.
 Over 20 years ago, Stacy entered women’s ministry by serving in MOPs (Mothers of Preschoolers) ministry and eventually served as a mentor Mom for MOPs.  In the last 10 years, she has led courses and taught women God’s Word through Precept Inductive Bible Studies.  Stacy began writing family devotions for her own family and from that format developed the Sky Ranch Family Devotionals series of “Open Your Eyes” and “Follow the Leader.”  She also writes weekly for the Sky Ranch SkyMom blog and encourages Moms to intentionally teach their own family. “Teach intentionally” equips Moms by giving Biblical insight on devotional  topics, offering various ways to discuss the topics from useful examples based on Stacy or her kid’s personal experiences and sharing suggestions of specific family prayer ideas. Her hope is to encourage Moms to love their husbands and children and for them to teach the “good things” that build up their family (Titus 2:3-4). 

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