Marcia Tabram Philips
Author, educator, professional speaker and consultant
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Travel region: Statewide

About Marcia Tabram Philips:

Author Marcia Tabram Philips, daughter, mother, grandmother, friend, educator, community leader, Moravian Missionary shares life's challenges. Among her writings, a timely parenting book, I love you More than Chocolate! addresses families torn by separation and divorce whereas The Goodbye Book helps readers leave a legacy while celebrating life. Her Dear Mother May I column directs answers to children's questions about daily challenges. Having traveled for 2 years alongside the St. Charles Corps of Discovery re-enactors, her book about the 200th anniversary expedition of Lewis and Clark will soon be released. Meanwhile, she consults with families and educators conducting inspiration sessions and motivational speaking engagements.

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Life as a Moravian in Old Salem: Keeping the Traditions of the Brethren

Read more ...  forsyth-library Author Marcia Tabram-Philips will discuss her recent book How to Survive Today's Financial Fears: 101 Ways To Get Through Tough Times and Put Out the Fires in an upcoming program at Central Library. Ms. Tabram-Philips book offers succinct advice on topics ranging from job loss and job seeking to home financial management. Read more ... 

bismarck-tribune Missouri Slope Areawide United Way Women's Leadership Circle fall event, "Treasure A Life" is scheduled from 5 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. Tuesday at the Apple Creek Country Club in Bismarck.
Marcia Tabram Phillips, author of "I Love You More Than Chocolate," is the keynote speaker. Read more ... 

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The program will feature North Carolina Humanities Council Road Scholar Marcia Tabram Phillips. Ms. Phillips’ presentation is entitled Life As A Moravian in Old Salem: Keeping the Traditions of the Brethren. A longtime member of Home Moravian Church, she actively participates in Moravian traditions (choirs, band, Old Salem events, teaching customs, mission work, and historic reenactments). She traveled alongside the St. Charles Corps of Discovery as they reenacted the historic 200th anniversary of Lewis and Clark, penning a soon-to-be-released book.

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