As the daughter of migrant workers with eleven siblings and limited support, Sally Sherman, Flagler County’s deputy administrator, learned early from life’s trials. Working through her struggles provided her with the power she needed to grow her faith to a new level. She learned to trust God patiently and to leave her trials behind as she pressed forward towards her goals. She will share how she continues her walk out of her field of dreams today with a strong faith and belief that her past will not determine her future.
Pre-registration and a separate registration fee of $35 are required.
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