Tania Case comes alive in an audience of youth. Her passion to “touch the world like Jesus touched her life,” brings her before young people at varying levels.
Tania’s affection for writing began as a teen and finally blossomed at Georgia State University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast News Journalism with a minor in Creative Writing. Tania is a published author and has written for the Ministry of Education’s Primary Education Support Project (PESP) in Jamaica which provides literary material for grades 1-3. Among her published works are, “Another Family,” “Fuzzy Teeth Beat” and “Brebre Doesn’t Like Fritters.” As a journalist, she served as a News Writer and Reporter at the National Religious Media Company in Kingston while hosting the Word Power Television programme on Television Jamaica, CVM TV and Love TV.
Her enthusiasm toward young people got expression in the Mountain Movers Children’s Club which she and her husband operated in the rural hills of Red Hills, St. Andrew. This club provided an avenue for mentoring and supporting preteens and teens in their spiritual, artistic and academic development.
As a Motivational Speaker, she challenges youth to “be excellent at what is good and innocent of evil.” “Forming Faith – Owning my Christianity” is another step in her journey targeting college-age Christian youth by directly confronting the issues and challenges in college by using her own testimony.
Tania Case is merrily married to Errington and their marriage has produced three wonderful children; Justice, Noah and Chloe. Tania serves as a Pastor at Fellowship Tabernacle in Kingston Jamaica. Her upcoming works include: “Dassa” a children’s book series and Showcase Jamaica, a picture poetry book featuring Jamaica’s culture and for a younger reader – the “Vivacious Verb.”
Check out Tania’s blog https://owningmychristianity.wordpress.com/.
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