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Amanda Florczykowski

Amanda Florczykowski

Founder and CEO

After her own toddler was taken from her arms at her local grocery store in a thwarted sex trafficking abduction and her three sons survived drowning and an unlikely housefire all within a short window of time, Amanda penned bestseller Unraveled: Mothering Fiercely in a World Full of Fears. Second, promoting there exists a correlation between family breakdown and a child's vulnerability to trafficking, Amanda's unique approach is to provide Biblical solutions that strengthen the family unit. Thus, she is the founder of Able Moms International, Vigilant Families online anti-trafficking library, and is former Board President of Legacy Academy - a Christian University-Model® School. As a degreed communicator, and once top-sales professional and corporate trainer for an industry leader, Amanda speaks on the topics of motherhood, leadership, and child trafficking from the unrivaled perspective of God's Word as her audience's lens (whether they know it or not). Amanda’s professional successes, pre-kiddos, undergird her ministry work and drove her passion to create Mom Comm; annual mom community. And, while accomplishments are part of any bio, Amanda wants you to know they don't rival her joys; a nightly sunset, answered prayers, a clean kitchen, finding cash in her pocket, a well-told story, a date night, and welcoming people into her home to eat and laugh. Amanda’s family of 7, along with their German Shepherd, live wholly for Jesus in snowy Colorado. 

Evin Weir


Events Director

Evin lives in Central Texas with her husband and two children. A former teacher turned stay at home mom, she enjoys helping her husband take care of a ranch they work, tending to their many animals. She has a desire for women, specifically moms, to know that God has a special calling on their life. She is tenacious, organized, sweet, and creative. Most of all she is dependable! Evin is the best friend anyone could ask for, sharing in their sorrows and successes.

Felicia Sivells


Partnerships Director

Felicia is a health enthusiast, mom of seven with number eight in heaven, and lover of Jesus and people. You will rarely catch her without a smile. She is naturally gifted with moms and has served in several different capacities at Able Moms...since the beginning. Before managing our Partnership Managers, Felicia served her home church as an Able Moms Coordinator. She is one of the few from the Texas Hill Country who is originally from Texas! She and her husband Caleb raise their fun crew while Felicia homeschools and moonlights as super woman. We love having her on our team. 

Sarah Monceaux

Sarah Monceaux, PMHNP

Charitable Director

“Why are you kind to me knowing what I have done?” Addicts, rapist, sex offenders, murderers. They all have this same thought. And, these are the very people that God would have Sarah minster to as psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner specializing in adolescences and corrections. Initially as a registered nurse, she worked in the emergency room, in pain management, as a clinical instructor, electronic health records educator, and then the psychiatric emergency room before her current role working in a juvenile detention center, correctional center, and the county prison. Asking God one night, "What is my purpose, where am I supposed to be serving, what is God calling me to do?", Sarah saw Amanda speak at a summit and stayed up late thinking about how that “turnkey ministry”, Able Moms International, might the answer. Clearly, God worked and a late night email thrust Sarah into an Exec position serving "Table Moms". For every registered Host, AMI provides free curriculum to women in correctional centers, prisons, halfway houses, and locations "outside the four walls" of the Church. Sarah connects and oversees these partnerships. As a mom to four herself and a slew of farm animals, this is her heartbeat. In her spare time, Sarah designs and sells clothes, runs a waterslide biz, cheerleads her military son, and coordinates the annual Mom Comm Bookstore. She and her fun family live in Louisiana.

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Devotional Coordinator

Alana is a wife to her supportive husband, and a mother to four spirited children, the oldest of which is her step daughter that lives with them half of the time. They live on her Family ranch in Central Texas. Alana has a deep passion for singing and worship. This has been a lifelong love of hers. Her mother even tells a story of Alana, a baby humming as she nursed. Entering into God’s presence through song is when she feels most alive. She longs for other moms to truly experience and know God personally.

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Nancy Middlebrooks


Nancy Middlebrooks has experienced motherhood in almost every form imaginable; first, raising two children from a first marriage that ended in divorce. She raised her daughter and son as a single parent from the time they were in elementary school until they were both in college, where after 12 years of being single, she remarried and took on the role of a custodial step-mom to a daughter and a non-custodial step-mom to a son. Soon after she remarried, she became a “Mother-in-Law” within the year.  Soon life turned the corner for her to become a grandmother to nine and great-grandmother to three. All members at the age of accountability have professed the Lord as their Savior and serve Him in professions of ministry, education, law enforcement, military and parenting! Professionally, Nancy just retired from public education after 40+ years. Her special memories originate from the role of a school counselor who strived to share God’s love in an environment that prohibited His name. She loves the verse Philippians 2:9-11


Able Moms Devotional Contributors


Magen Thetford

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Monica Sotolongo


Meredith H. Carr

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Heather Lawless


Jayme Gradwell

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Mandy Johnson


Meredith W. Boggs


Pastor Donna Shaw


Karen Herzog

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