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Dust to Diamonds


Rochelle Frazier Foster

May 8, 2021

Wesley UMC at Frederica

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Rochelle Frazier-Foster

Rochelle is a revivalist who has a love of teaching sacred scripture in a provoking, inspiring, and passionate way. Her love to study the roots of faith are seen in her teachings as she helps others understand and align to the appointed times of God and awaken to truth that she believes has been lost in American tradition. She is a master storyteller that is often labeled as “wonder woman” due to her gentle loving spirit that unexpectedly exudes a contagious fire that awakens women to the more of God. Feeling compelled with urgency to share the deeper truths of her story, she is currently writing Waking Up: A Memoir of a God Chaser so that others can find the truth she believes must be written in this pivotal hour of history. After spending 31 years of her life in church and unchanged by the gospel, Rochelle met Jesus in the crisis of heart failure and life devastation in 2006. Her experience shook everything she believed about God and life as a follower of Jesus. She traded her Southern Living life in, and began a journey to find not only her faith but herself. She became a Bible teacher and Women’s Conference Speaker in 2009 and began sharing her children’s series The Sweeteas and women’s books with a heart to awaken women to a faith that was real and life altering. On a vision from God, she planted a church in 2015 in her hometown and Mississippi and watched seeds of revival stir her city. Then as many of us experienced challenges with 2020, Ro found her life turned completely upside down and almost everything she knew as her reality was taken. Once again she would know intimately the truth that you find your life in losing it.

After a season of healing and hiddenness, she emerges with a new passion to raise up women that burn for Jesus {Yahusha.} She invites you to become a Spiritual Daughter where she will unpack what she believes is a new path to living out The Way of Jesus.

Rochelle is currently finishing her Masters in Counseling from Dr. John Townsend’s University, because she believes the integration of theology and psychology is powerful in helping us become the beloved. It’s time to prepare the Bride!


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More than 14 years ago, a group of women got together to explore the possibility of uniting women’s ministries from different churches in the Golden Isles. Our purpose was two-fold. The first purpose was to bring to our area quality Christian speakers and musicians that a single church might not have the resources to provide. The second purpose was to provide opportunities for non-church attending women to come to a local, affordable Christian conference if invited by a friend.

We were unsure if this idea would be well received, but after our initial introductory meeting to present the idea to area pastors and ministry leaders, we knew this was not just our dream but God’s as well. Our first event was held with the help of seven area churches in the spring of 2007 at Wesley United Methodist on St. Simons Island and featured the trio out of Atlanta called Beloved. Over 300 women attended this event.

Since that first event, we have featured Babbie Mason, award winning gospel recording artist; Liz Curtis Higgs, author of Bad Girls of the Bible books; Lisa Harper, author and featured speaker for Women of Faith events; Jennifer Rotheschild, author of numerous Bible studies and books; Carol Kent, author of I Lay My Isaac Down; and more recently Allison Allen, Kathy Trocelli, Kelly Minter, Rochelle Foster-Frazier, Sheila Walsh, and Laura Story in March, 2019. Our events have rotated among Wesley United Methodist, St. Simons Community Church, and First Baptist Church, Brunswick.

Over the next few years the conference grew in numbers from 300 to over 1000 women attending our second Jennifer Rotheschild event. In addition, the number of sponsoring churches more than doubled as well as expanded into Camden, McIntosh, and other churches in Southeast Georgia. Most importantly, we have witnessed each year numbers of women who have received hope for family troubles, personal issues, marital discord as well as joblessness, addiction, and serious illness. Many women have indicated they were beginning a new life in Christ, choosing to renew their commitment to God. Others have asked for help to connect with other women in the community or have shared their pain and burdens through prayer requests. As a result, many women have responded with open enthusiasm for the help and hope offered in the conference messages, prayer time, praise and worship time and fellowship with Christian women.


Our outreach has touched lives at our local Grace House, Remedy Project, CareNet, and The Well. We have been amazed as we have watched God each year take our meager loaves and fishes to reach and impact many women for Christ. He alone is responsible for helping us fulfill our mission which follows:

To unite women from all denominations in the Golden Isles for the purpose of reaching the lost in our community.

Our desire is to worship together, build up the body of Christ, and ultimately bring glory to His name.


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