Billie Cash is a southern lady of many talents who resides in Collierville, Tennessee with her husband Roy Cash, a retired US Navy Captain and Naval Aviator. Attending the University of Memphis, she majored in theatre which led to successful ventures in radio at WHER, America’s first “all women’s station,” television commercials, performance roles at Front Street Theatre and several theatres in other states. For thirty years she was immersed in the challenges of military life as a wife and mother, raising a daughter, Kellye Cash, an accomplished musician, who served as Miss America 1987 and a son, Carey Cash, Admiral US Navy (Chaplain Corps), who serves as Deputy, Chief of Chaplains in Washington, DC. In military life, Billie served alongside her husband, developing motivational workshops which took her to the four corners of America with Navy commands, civic and marketing groups, nursing staffs and public schools. She is a retreat/conference speaker who has pursued itineraries in the British Isles and Dominican Republic. Billie has authored six books, which she calls “signposts” for Christian living. She continues to be a prayer and writing mentor. Her humor flows with authenticity, framed in biblical insight for today’s woman. Twelve grandchildren and two great-grandchildren are the legacy of Billie’s joy. Her life verse is Acts 17:28.