Kristy Malik is a writer and speaker who would love to share her heart with women of any age at your conference or event. Speaking on topics from healing and hope to evangelizing outside church walls, Kristy will provide engaging, authentic, Catholic content to help make your next event a success.
Kristy is a cradle Catholic who experienced a conversion of heart once encountering Walking with Purpose in 2011. She jumped in with both feet, starting a WWP program at her parish and then becoming a regional area coordinator a few years later. She is now a blogger and content creator for the ministry. You may have seen her leading live Bible studies on Instagram and Facebook or on the YouTube series "Truth with Handles: The Conversation." She has spoken at various parishes in the Washington, DC, area where she lives, and she was featured on the Embrace: Catholic Moms Conference in 2021.
She and her husband live in the country with their five children, ages preschool to high school. Her hope is that every woman can experience God's healing love and redemption—and fully embrace the amazing plan He has for your life.
God desires healing and restoration for all of us. Wherever life has taken you, no matter the choices you have made or what burdens are on your heart, you are never disqualified from God’s healing grace.
In Scripture, God promises a door of hope to all who are in need. Learn how to recognize this opportunity for restoration and embrace the life God desires for you as Kristy shares her personal journey of healing.
Family, friends, spouses, children: we long for those we love to encounter the Lord in a deep way. But how? Kristy shows you how your Walking with Purpose small group and Bible study have equipped you to effectively evangelize those outside the church walls.
Perfect for your kickoff or send-off, Kristy will share how the gospel message is intended to flourish within the context of community. Women will leave feeling ready to be the apostles they were meant to be.
The season of Lent is a gift, and the Scriptural roots are many. Walk away with a new perspective on how your heart can be transformed during this penitential season.