LIGHT for MI

Love that Inspires Growth and Hope through Trials

Love that Inspires Growth and Hope through Trials

Mental Illness and Our Take on It
About LIGHT for MI

LIGHT for MI is a mother/daughter team who live with mental illness on a daily basis. They aim to reach out to those experiencing mental illness, either in themselves or in those around them.

Those who stand for nothing fall for anything.

Peter Marshall

Arianna is a proud authoress, artist, and musician, but the most important thing about her is; she seeks the hidden face of God with a passion. A lover of culture, art, music, and all things geeky and Celtic, her writings are often greatly impacted by these things. She is a professed child at heart and proud to be just a girl trying to find her way around life. Homeschooled by her amazing mother and epic father, and on her senior year of high school. She dreams to be a professional author, artist. musician (by earn money off them), and to help teens and young adults going through what she has gone through in her own mental illness. A seeker and an experimenter, with a love for studying on psychology, theology, astronomy, meteorology, oceanography and entomology just for kicks. Along with those mentioned areas that she enjoys reading, she also has a passion for seeking out beautiful things in the world. Her most ardent goal in this ministry is to bring out the modern-day maidens and knights in her listeners and readers and to minister to the lonely and shattered hearts.

Every nation has an anthem. Every song begins unsung, unwritten, and silent, then all of a sudden it bursts out with melodies, choruses, and vocals! Our anthems are sung through the choices we make, the life we live, and the ways we act. Each verse is unsung until we make our choices, live our lives, and act our love, but the chorus is ever-constant, portraying the love of our King for His children and warriors, pilgriming to Heaven!

Arianna Scriptsmith
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Valerie

Valerie is the wife of a remarkable man, and the mother of three children, two of whom have various degrees of mental illness. Valerie is no stranger to mental illness herself as a sufferer of depression on and off for years. Her passion is to help end the stigma of mental illness, and to help equip churches with the skills needed to understand, encourage, and accept people with special needs. She's also a geek extraordinaire who loves fantasy, including (but not limited to) Doctor Who, Marvel movies (especially Captain America: The Winter Soldier), and many more fandoms that she can't remember off the top of her head. She loves to read, or listen to audiobooks (which, frankly, is easier to do when she's going back and forth to work). Her favorite authors are Jane Austen, J.R.R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, and Stephen R. Lawhead (not necessarily in order). Her all time favorite books (and book series) are The Bible, Pride and Prejudice, Lord of the Rings, The Chronicles of Narnia, Watership Down, The Pendragon Cycle, and Harry Potter Series. She has a love of all things techy, especially web design.

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