Leanne Golan is author of The King’s Daughter and Founder of King’s Daughter Ministries, encouraging, equipping and mentoring leaders to walk in their true identity, overcome adversity and break through the barriers to fulfill their calling. Leanne has ministered to women and children in Calcutta’s largest red-light district, served in missions to the Caribbean & Latin America and hosted the first leadership conference for women in Cuba, an event that was labeled “historic.” As CEO of Providence Coaching, Leanne is a certified Business, Life & Leadership Coach, creator of Minimal Planner and The Master Plan for Business & Life.
“Leanne has a relevant message for such a time as this.”
~ Chuck Price, Reapers in the Rain
“Leanne has many gifts, one of which is communicating truth with transparency and humour.”
~ George Woodward, President, The 700 Club
Leanne, thank you for your part in making this what was to my mind, the best FCA National Convention ever! The part that you played in this was significant, and you did your part with excellence, clarity and anointing. ~ Roger Armbruster, Elder, FCA Canada
“Leanne is a caring and committed person. She is extremely passionate about serving in the local church and ministering to people to win souls for the Kingdom of God.”
~ Billy Richards, Senior Pastor, Church on the Queensway
Hosted the first pastors conference for women in Cuba, an event that was labeled “historic”
Partnered with Calcutta Mercy Ministries in an education/school-planting project.
Is Nisha cute or what?? Almost took this one home with me 😉
Hundreds of teddy bears, tokens of love and hope, were donated by people at Queensway Church.
Many children in India had never received a toy before. Look at the joy on that father’s face to see his baby’s smile.
With the help of wonderful Gopa, the Hospital Chaplain and Interpreter, who is still a friend to this day, we made sure the message of God’s love was clear to every boy and girl at Calcutta Mercy Hospital. One sweet boy passed just a day after our visit and I’ll never forget the look on his face when he got his toy. It’s moments like this that might seem small but can actually be very big when God is in it.