Featuring Workshops and General Sessions
Tammy Melton, LPC has over thirty years of experience working with people as an educator, minister, and licensed professional counselor. Tammy holds ministerial credentials with Harvest Network, International and is the founder of Legacy Ministries for Christ, Incorporated, a non-profit organization that focuses on equipping believers in Christ to fulfill their divine legacies. Whether through speaking to groups, counseling individuals and families, or writing books, Tammy desires to see people set free with tools of inner healing and relational unity. Tammy and her husband of over 33 years, Bill, live in Fayetteville, GA and have two adult daughters, Amy and Amber.
Georgia native Amy Melton is a Christian teacher, speaker, and writer. As a speaker, she hopes to see people grow in an increased surrender and sensitivity to the tender voice of God. Throughout her life, she has taught 3rd and 4th grade Sunday school, founded a house church, and blogged for Oncourse Magazine. She currently leads worship at International House of Prayer in Atlanta. Amy has taught on various subjects, including “Perfectionism and the Performance Treadmill”, “Soul Care” and “Intimacy with God”. An elementary music teacher by day, her heart is to see children from troubled homes set free and to see people of every nation declaring the glory of Jesus. She resides in Dacula, GA with her dog, Precious, and an overflowing shelf of books.
Reverend Heddie Simmons was born in Georgetown, South Carolina and knew she wanted to be a Registered Nurse at the age of four when her mother was diagnosed with cancer in 1970. As a child, doctors told her she would never live a normal life due to seizures caused by migraines. The power of prayer took those away. Surviving a suicide attempt in her second year of college, she graduated from nursing school in 1994, after many struggles, she knows it was no mistake that her name “Heddie” means battle, female warrior. Her nursing career includes oncology, medical, surgical, hospice and 17 years of dialysis with adults and pediatrics. She was given the gift of poetry two weeks after dreaming the events of 9/11. Heddie was licensed and ordained in 2013, which opened doors for her unique ministry. She is currently employed as a high school nurse and has been married to her husband of 31 years. Together they have two adult children.