Ingram lives with her husband, David Link, in Vestavia Hills.They have four children ranging in ages 13 - 22 whom she adores most days. Ingram graduated from Auburn University with a very practical degree in History. In her grown up life before children she worked as a professional event planner in Washington DC, working primarily with commercial real estate companies. When her children were young she dabbled in decorating commercial office buildings for Christmas, teaching pre-school, catering and cooking for large groups. When her oldest daughter was in 5th grade God called her to create an opportunity for girls to explore and learn more about their Creator and the truths of scripture using creative arts. Created for a Purpose began in her basement in 2006 with twenty girls. The ministry is now hosted by nine different churches in five different cities serving over one thousand girls each summer. Created for a Purpose also has a missions component and the curriculum has been used in Zambia, New England, Honduras and inner city areas. Ingram serves as Director of Women's Ministry at Covenant Presbyterian Church in Birmingham, Alabama. Her role allows her many opportunities to gather women, to share the gospel of Jesus Christ, to teach God's word, to pray with women, to learn from others and to celebrate the joy of the Lord.
Anna is an entrepreneur who has a passion for helping people be the best they can be in life and work. As a Life Coach, Anna focuses on helping people find their God-given purpose. Beacon People, a non-profit organization, was birthed out of this calling. Anna is an idea girl who loves brainstorming, networking and marketing and is the author of pathFinder, A Journey Towards Purpose. Her gifts lie in connecting people and opportunities that benefit them and give them a place to make impact. She resides in Birmingham, Alabama, and is married to her high school sweetheart, Tyler. Anna and Tyler own Innova Coffee, a place where they love connecting with others. They have 4 grown children and a Labradoodle named Nate.
Lindy is a stay at home mom who is never at home. She serves her community through volunteer work in the schools and her church. Her passion is encouraging and motivating others to discover their purpose and see value as His Creation. She serves as a volunteer facilitator for Youth Leadership Vestavia Hills and enjoys working with high school students. She is an avid Auburn fan (and graduate) who loves to cook but hates to clean. She has experienced breast cancer and a child leaving the nest in the last five years and through those things walked closer to the Lord than ever before. She has a son, two daughters and a golden doodle named Holly. She lives with her husband in Vestavia Hills.