Posted Apr. 23, 2017

We Welcome Sarah Swafford - May 4th, 2017

We Welcome Sarah Swafford - May 4th, 2017

Sarah Swafford speaks primarily about “Emotional Virtue” as the key to drama-free relationships.  She is the founder of Emotional Virtue Ministries and she speaks internationally to people of all ages on a variety of topics such as emotional virtue, dating and relationships, modesty of intentions, and interior confidence.  Residing in Kansas, she shares her messages at schools, retreats and conferences (including Stubenville), appears on EWTN’s Life on the Rock and Live, has been featured in the National Catholic Register, she is a proud team member of and the author of her own top selling book “Emotional Virtue.” 

Here is the link to some videos of Sarah's talks:

“When it comes to relationships, many have been told everything they are not supposed to do.  Why isn’t anyone talking about they are supposed to do?  Thankfully, Sarah Swafford has done just this, giving readers a clear road map for life and love.” – Jason and Crystalina Evert

“With her characteristic charm and wit, Emotional Virtue lays out a plan on how to enjoy virtuous dating relationships, rooted in faith and authentic friendship.  Beyond mere dating advice, Sarah gives youth what they need to become the men and women God has called them to be.” – Chris Stefanick

“Sarah Swafford provides a funny, insightful, and prayerful look at how to find (and become) the spouse of your dreams without going crazy in the process!  Her advice on emotional virtue is essential for building healthy lives and relationships!” – Jackie Fancois Angel


“Today’s dating scene is more complicated than ever, especially with social media, texting, and the endless pressure of the world’s expectations.  How can men and women overcome the interior and exterior battles and discover the love they desire?  From “Hey” to “I do” – as well as the inevitable “gray areas” along the way – Emotional Virtue offers a compelling blueprint for how to thrive in every stage of relationship – not just survive.”