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Rhonda Beckham


After 20 years as a stay-at-home mom, Rhonda returned to school to earn her bachelor’s degree in education from Lipscomb University. She teaches all things history and geography to middle school minds and loves her job—most days. She and her husband have been married over 30 years and live on a quiet piece of land outside of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. She is the biggest fan of her two grown children and their spouses. The two cutest grandbabies call her “Nana” and her heart melts every time she hears it. Rhonda’s happiest of places is time spent with her family, doing anything and nothing. They keep her bucket filled with laughter, hugs, food, and beautiful noise. She is passionate about sharing the message of unique and God-given personalities through the Living Color Conferences.

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Colorfully Constructed

How God Builds His Kingdom with Unique Personality Colors

interpersonal relationships

God made you to be unique.
He hand-selected every aspect of your personality as a way of equipping you with the tools you need to complete the mission He has prepared for you. But sometimes those personality traits can be ignored, misunderstood, or even underutilized. What God intended to be your strength can be perceived as a weakness which could hinder your abilities. When you gain a better understanding of the unique personality traits God has given to you and to those around you, then you can more effectively impact the world for the Kingdom. Inside Colorfully Constructed you will find:

  • An easy-to-understand explanation of the four personality colors.
  • A simple tool used to identify those colors in yourself and others.
  • Personal examples written from the perspective of each color.
  • And the value of personality diversity in Kingdom work.

“You should write because you love the shape of stories and sentences and the creation of different words on a page. Writing comes from reading, and reading is the finest teacher of how to write.”

~ Annie Proulx