The connors

Who we are…

Meet Matt and Irene Connors, a dynamic couple making a positive impact in their respective fields.

Irene has been a dedicated secondary math teacher, counselor, and inspiring speaker for the past 15 years. Alongside her fulfilling career, she cherishes being a loving mother to three wonderful children. Passionate about literature and photography, Irene finds joy in capturing life’s moments through her lens and getting lost in the pages of a good book.

On the other hand, Matt is a devoted youth and young adults pastor, touching hearts through his motivational speeches. Armed with a Masters’s degree in Organizational Leadership, he brings a unique blend of compassion and guidance to the lives of young individuals. Matt’s charisma and genuine enthusiasm make him an engaging and influential motivational speaker, inspiring others to reach their full potential and create positive change.

Together, Matt and Irene form a powerfully inspiring duo, using their talents and experiences to uplift, empower, and encourage those they meet on their journey of making a difference in the lives of others.

“You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending”
– C.S. Lewis
Matt Connors

Irene Connors

Leading, Living, Loving…

…means adopting a set of values and behaviors that prioritize both your faith in Christ and the well-being of your family. Let’s break down each aspect:

Leading: As a leader in your family, you take responsibility for guiding and nurturing your loved ones. This involves being a positive role model, making decisions that promote the welfare of the family, and providing emotional and spiritual support. Leading in this context is not about controlling others but about serving and caring for them.

Living: “Living” refers to actively engaging and being present in your family’s life. It means participating in their joys, challenges, and everyday experiences. Living with your family involves shared activities, communication, and building strong bonds through quality time spent together.

Loving: Love is the foundation of a healthy family dynamic. It means showing affection, compassion, and unconditional care for each family member. Loving your family involves forgiveness, empathy, and actively seeking to meet their emotional and physical needs.

Following Christ: For those who have a Christian faith, following Christ means living according to the teachings of Jesus Christ and striving to embody His values in your life. This includes love, compassion, humility, forgiveness, and selflessness. It means seeking God’s guidance through prayer, reading scriptures, and relying on faith to navigate life’s challenges.