March Luncheon

Debi Ronca

President of Sequoia Coaching, she is an International Best- Selling Author, Certified Life Coach, Speaker and DISC Personality Profile Trainer with The John Maxwell Team.

Her core desire is to help her clients discover and unlock their God-given potential and help identify the road blocks and hindrances that keep them from fulfilling their purpose and divine destiny.  Transitions are a difficult season in life.  Debi brings clarity and helps her client navigate those unfamiliar waters while walking through transitions.  Combining her Life Coach skills with her training as a Prayer Minister, Debi is uniquely qualified to help her clients that have also experienced painful wounds that have held their hearts captive.  Through the power of the Holy Spirit, freedom is found, and they can return and run the race the Lord has called them to run with strength, courage and wholeness.

Debi’s book, The Family Letter, has achieved International Best Seller status.  Her book has been touching hearts and having a powerful impact on families all over the country.  Her desire and dream is to have her book create a global movement, creating a profound and transformational impact on the family unit. There is a longing to be known, loved and celebrated, and The Family Letter will show you how to cultivate a culture of honor, encouragement and value with your loved ones.

Whether speaking to leaders in the marketplace or bringing an inspirational message at Women’s Events, her desire is to move people to the next level in both their personal and their spiritual lives.   Debi empowers people by increasing their self- awareness of any limiting beliefs that need to be changed, helping them also to understand their sense of worth and value and to learn to walk in the sphere of influence that they have been to given to make a difference in the kingdom.

Debi also has a passion for leading praise & worship and also for writing and directing Christian plays for the church.  She believes in serving her community and has held numerous positions in volunteer organizations and ministries.  She is currently a board member with The Women’s Business Forum and also with Young Life, multi-cultural ministry.