Tamala Lumpkin was baptized in the early years of being an adolescent, but recently re-dedicated her life to Christ in 2007. She has always been active in ministry, using her gifts of the arts through liturgical dance, mime, stepping, acting, and singing. After being delivered from an abusive relationship and depression, she has a passion for the deliverance and healing of the hurting souls, but a heart for young children and has been teaching in Early Childhood Education since 2001. She is a firm believer that laughter is good for the soul and can heal a hurting and broken spirit (Proverbs 17:22), so she enjoys having the gift of making people laugh. She has been encouraging family and friends throughout the years with inspiration messages and has decided to bring that same type of inspiration to the world. She is now the author and creator of a line of books and resources, for adults and young children, which deal with painful issues that we face today, but are afraid to talk about. It is her prayer that her books lead people, children and adults, to Christ and total healing.