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Sherry Hoppen, Founder of She Surrenders

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Sherry Hoppen is a Christian wife, mother, grandmother and a recovering alcoholic. She writes and speaks about overcoming the shame of being a Christian woman trapped in a secret life of addiction. She is the founder of She Surrenders.  A ministry to help women confront and surrender the secrets we keep.   You can read more at her blog at shesurrenders.com. Instagram: @shesurrenders_sherry     Facebook: she surrenders

Sherry is currently taking classes to get her certification for Christian Recovery Coaching.  She wants to learn all there is to know to help the many women that reach out to her through her blog and her speaking but NOT looking to start another profession.  Also to aid in helping her in writing the material for a recovery study group for women based on the fruits of the spirit.

Her biggest project right now (besides building a house and planning a wedding)  is writing her book about the very unconventional way she got sober on a bicycle. She hopes to inspires others to to take off their masks of shame and guilt and embrace a life in recovery. While sharing her personal experiences with honesty and humor, Sherry wants to help you see your true, authentic self.

She is the Executive Director of the Maranatha Christian Writers Conference which is a fall event on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan. www.marananthachristianwriters.com

Sherry currently serves on the board for Journey of Hope Yoga. A non profit Christian organization that teaches Yoga for all things recovery.     www.journeyofhopeyoga.org 

Her favorite things include reading, writing, cycling, decorating, traveling, and loving on her three grandsons.  On a snowy blustery day you will find her snugged up with a homemade afghan, coffee and a good book.

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