Missy Maxwell Worton joined Mario to talk about her story of adopting and rescuing her daughter Favor from Ethiopia. They talk about the rock solid faith and belief that guided her to overcome so many serious challenges and in the process facilitate the rescue of other children and fuel her mission of making such an important and positive impact.
Missy Maxwell Worton, is an author, speaker, former actress/singer/dancer in a nationally faith-based Broadway-style musical company dealing with family and faith issues.
She writes across media, not only as an author but also as a film and television writer. She exudes joy in all she does, and she loves being in God’s presence as a worshiper. Missy’s church ministry involvements have included leading worship as well as being in children’s and women’s ministries.
Missy’s greatest desire is to awaken women to the superpower they have within them as a daughter of a mighty and loving God. Encouraging them to fearlessly and courageously pursue the greatness and dreams they were created for by fulfilling their unique destiny calling.
She believes women can be one of the strongest voices for justice to impact, influence and transform the culture around them and better the lives of others. Bringing lasting change through the power of love and kindness.
Missy speaks on courage, adoption, adoptive family transition, inspiring mamas to become even better equipped for their God-given role, and a host of other life issues. She is an advocate for the orphan, the unborn, enslaved and trafficked. She is a devoted wife, and deeply invested in the lives of her four children. She loves being a soccer mom and playing board games with her family, as well as exercising with her dog.