“After speaking to a crowded arena with over 5,000 present in the morning, Anita Brooks drew over 600 students into a packed Cullen auditorium at ACU to hear a special presentation on the importance of integrity and Christian work ethic in the workplace. Mark Lewis, assistant dean of spiritual life at ACU, said, “I was blown away by the number of students who showed up, considering this was a Monday after a major campus event and chapel attendance is usually low.”
We originally intended on needing only half the auditorium but had to take advantage of the full seating capacity after students continued to pour in. Students were thoroughly engaged in the forum demonstrated by the thoughtful questions they asked. Several students even came up afterward to ask questions about the workplace and best practices on how to land a job.
Anita clearly struck a chord with our students and the topic of her lecture was a meaningful, timely topic students wanted to hear about.” — Ryan Self, Abilene Christian University
“Anita, you have a way with words! I have heard several students talking about the message you shared today and watched as several came back to pick up your card! It does this teacher’s heart good to know that students can be moved to tears, inspired to share, and talk to one another after listening to someone such as yourself! Thank you so much for talking to them today!” — Dee Dee, Steelville RIII High School
“Excellent presentation!” — Susan, Gaston College Teacher’s Conference
“The interactive activities demonstrated will help my students.” — Shirley, Gaston College Teacher’s Conference
“Enjoyed the content. Will help me better relate to my staff and students.” — V., Gaston Christian School
“Great info, scientifically researched, and user friendly for classroom teachers.” — Mary, Gaston College Teacher’s Conference