My new book Love Sung is a conversation starter. Not between you and your friends, but between you and your Creator through the work of the Holy Spirit. It’s a tool to better understand who you are in Christ by hearing first-hand from the Source of your identity. In Love Sung I use song as a metaphor to represent our identity in Christ. We are created with a song to sing, designed to represent Christ in us fully into a world that needs to hear it. The song expresses the image of God in us. When we discover our true identity and stop all the games of trying to create something that others will approve of, freedom is the outcome and fear of rejection is a thing of the past. I would love to share this new way of understanding identity and freedom with you and your community. What I’ve learned through my own journey of loss and recovery of heart is as real as it gets. Those who have participated in one of my sessions say that I share with an honesty and depth that is easy to relate to.
What you can expect?
My number one focus is to ensure that my presentation is for you and your event or gathering. No two events are the same. I firmly believe that God has a very specific message for each of us and for the communities we participate in. Though the questions surrounding identity are fairly common, each of us has a unique song we are created to sing. It’s how we relate to others. My hope is not only to fulfill your request, but to exceed your expectations and to create an unforgettable experience for you and your community.
What others are saying
Henry David Thoreau is accredited with saying, “…many men go to the grave with their song still in them.” Listen to the music of Theron Hatch’s book “Love Sung.” It will help you find your song and sing it for all the world to hear. — Ken Davis, Author / Speaker
Theron’s Love Sung is as much his story as it is the story of anyone of us who has put our song away, thinking it didn’t matter, only to one day realize that something important is missing. That the symphony is incomplete without us taking our seat in the orchestra. I hope that you will hear the words in Theron’s offering as purely as I know he presents them. — Chip Dodd, PhD, Author of The Voice of the Heart
Theron, so awesome to hear you talk from the heart of clarity within your true identity! — Bill Rawnsley, VP, Ideashares
Thanks a million for your thoughts this morning. They were definitely thought- and emotion-provoking. I very much appreciate your candor and your willingness to detail your feelings. — Mike Hickman, Business Development Executive at Peak 10
I think the best presentations are ones from the heart and it was obvious that you really wanted to be genuine with the audience. People can really connect when a speaker is authentic. Thanks for sharing your heart with all of us. — Christa Simpson, MEd
Some topics to consider
Here are a few of the topics I have available for your group. Don’t see something here? Check with me and I can provide a tailored presentation to your group.
- Seeking Identity in all the wrong places
- Identity and work
- Identity and family
- Faith and freedom
- Listening to the Holy Spirit
- How misunderstood identity relates to addictions
- Living with a recovered heart
- Tent-making 101 (where occupation and ministry coexist)