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Laine Lawson Craft has a new found passion in her life—to inspire and instruct others to be, do, and have God's best for their life and more. She has truly been called forth from the ordinary life to serve God, producing extraordinary outcomes. She founded a ministry just five short years ago, now known as WHOA Local, that has manifested and exploded into WHOAwomen Community globally. She is passionate about reaching women with the unconditional love and compassion of Christ no matter where they have been or where they are now. Laine's own life proves that God is still restoring, replenishing, and healing—producing miracles today just as He did in the Bible. Laine knows the power that happens when one woman shares her story of trials or tribulations, and then shares how she had victory, proving hope can be found. Laine shares how we know God is no respecter of persons and if He did it for her, then He will surely do it for you.
Laine writes weekly through the WHOAwomen WHOA Notes. She contributes her writing every quarter as the publisher and owner of the only nationally circulated faith-based contemporary women's magazine, WHOA Magazine for Women. She travels and speaks, sharing her personal testimony of the miraculous acts of God in her own life from marriage restoration, financial breakthrough, and supernatural healing of her daughter. Laine is now hosting a national television show soon to be aired on Sundays in the Fall of 2013. The WHOA Show interviews famous believers on how faith made a difference for them including segments on cooking, fashion, music, and so much more.
Laine's favorite thing to do when she is not working is to be with her family. She loves to cook and entertain. . She has been married to her husband Steve for over twenty-five years and loves to spend time with her two sons and daughter.
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