Vicki Feinn was raised in a Christian home and accepted Jesus as her savior at the age of five. At the age of eleven she gave herself to the Lord to be used in any way He wanted to use her. Vicki married her husband, Benjamin in 1983 and they have six children. Their son, Joshua “died” in his car seat at the age of one month and Vicki had to resuscitate him; after which he spent nearly a month in the pediatric intensive care unit. This event forced Vicki to get rid of her “recipe” of what God acts like if she tried to be her “best”. Her faith and prayer life have grown tremendously and have carried her through many other trials. She now ministers to women through leading Bible studies and a prayer group called “The Gap Sisters”. She is active in the home education community and often gives seminars relating to parenting, home education and faith in the Lord. Four of her six children are entrepreneurs and she also mentors other parents who would like to foster these skills in their children as well. Vicki has been homeschooling for eighteen years and her two oldest children are now in college. The stories she shares in her presentations are from personal experience and portray a vulnerability and transparency that helps the listener want to be real with the Lord Jesus. She often says, “Life doesn’t get any better than this.” Her love for Jesus and her family inspire those around her to run with endurance their own race of faith.