Paula Friedrichsen – Christian Conference and Women’s Retreat Speaker

Paula Friedrichsen

Paula Friedrichsen is an ordained minister and published author who speaks nationally at church conferences, addiction recovery meetings, and women’s retreats. The hallmark of Paula’s ministry is her ability to communicate with unassuming authenticity and transparency. By using Scripture, personal stories, and laughter, she presents Biblical insights and principles to her listeners.

A popular Christian radio and TV guest, Paula has appeared on The 700 Club, Lifestyle Magazine (seen on TBN), and Lutheran Hour Ministries, among many others. She was featured on the cover of the January 2018 issue of Simple Grace Magazine, and her addiction story was told in First For Women Magazine in the February 2018 issue. Paula’s ministry has been featured online at Charisma Magazine and The Elijah List and her articles have been seen in dozens of online and print magazines, including CBN.com, Proverbs 31, In Touch, and Sign of the Times. Paula is the author of two books and you can find out more about them here.

Next time you need a speaker for your church conference, women’s retreat, addiction recovery event, or Christmas banquet, reach out to Paula. She makes herself available to the planning team before, during, and after each event. Visit her Videos page to watch clips of presentations and to hear a full-length message. Contact Paula at 760-935-4295 or Paulafriedrichsen@live.com.

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A note from Paula…

I’m so glad you’ve decided to visit my website. Welcome! The most important thing you need to know about me is that I love to minister to God’s people. The Lord has put a great love in my heart for the Body of Christ and it is my absolute joy to preach, teach, and pray with folks as I share at their conferences. I’m the kind of speaker who is available to pray with, eat with, and talk with the retreat or conference attendees during the entirety of the event. Feel free to call me today to discuss your event, 760-935-4295.

Blessings, Paula