Who Is Melissa Trevathan?

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Melissa Trevathan, M.R.E. first became a youth director at the age of 16.  Since that time, she has been a teacher, retreat leader, head of spiritual life at a private school in Nashville, and is founder and Executive Director of Daystar Counseling Ministries, which began in 1985.  A graduate of Southwestern Baptist Seminary, Melissa has spoken to various churches and schools across the country, taught graduate courses in counseling adolescents and been a guest on television and radio programs throughout the United States and Canada.  She is a popular speaker for parents, teachers, and kids of all ages.  Melissa is the author of a Lifeway video parenting curriculum called Raising Boys and Girls, as well as six books including parenting titles, Intentional Parenting, The Back Door to Your Teen’s HeartRaising Girls, and Modern Parents, Vintage Values, as well as Mirrors and Maps for 11-14 year-old girls and Growing Up Without Getting Lost for 15-19 year-old girls.  When Melissa is not listening, speaking or writing, she’s usually on her bike or playing with Blueberry, her Old English Sheeppuppy, somewhere between Nashville and Kentucky Lake.