About Us

Our Mission

To raise awareness about the damage caused by secret pain and abuse, and demonstrate the hope and healing found in Christ Jesus through ex-victim testimonies, connections, and tools.

Our Vision

A culture where people choose redemption and healing in Christ Jesus so they bloom despite darkness and pain.

 Our Values

LOVE: Love God, Love yourself so you can Love your neighbor
HONESTY: Be honest with God, yourself and others especially when it hurts
FORGIVENESS: Forgive God, yourself and others quickly
ENCOURAGEMENT: Encourage yourself with God’s Word, your words, and other’s words through what you see, hear, and speak.

We bring hope to the world through media.

We tell true stories of God's goodness and provide practical tools for those who are lost and hurting. We do that through books, television, apps, teaching series, podcasts, live events, conferences, and more!  

Bloom Board Members

Our highly qualified and dedicated board members come from diverse backgrounds across the U.S. They believe in serving hurting people to the best of their ability.

Paula Mosher Wallace

Chairman of the Board & CEO
Nashville, TN

Kelli Corley

Corporate Secretary
Franklin, TN

Dale Dudley

Board Member
Spring Hill, TN

Jennifer Haskins

Legal Advisor to the Board
Macon, GA

Carmen Ruiz

Board Member
Daytona Beach, FL

Lindsey Hartz

Board Member
Franklin, TN

LeAnn Eyerman

Board Member

How Bloom Began

Paula Mosher Wallace first wrote the book Bloom In The Dark as a mission of obedience to God in 2015. She was building the tool that she would have wanted in the darkest hours of her journey. Paula had no idea how God would use this obedience to launch an international media charity that would finally give a voice to the used, abused, and disenfranchised.

Within a year of launching the charity in 2016, God opened the door for a television show at CTN in Mt. Juliette, TN. Paula recruited Ginny Priz to serve as Anchor, and the two developed Bloom Today, a talk show dedicated to telling the storie of hope and healing after abuse, addiction, and any shameful experience. They were determined to bring a voice to the hurting in an industry that preferred the "feel good" stories.

God honored their obedience. Shortly after the start of the show in 2017, #metoo exploded on social media. Suddenly there was a need to address these topics in Christian television. Bloom Today was now filling a widely recognized need.

Even though the pair had no funding and no experience in television, God provided for the first 40 episodes to be produced and distributed to over 150 countries and 20+ broadcast networks. The show now has over 40 total licensing agreements and 100 filmed episodes.

From there, God opened the doors for additional television shows, Bible studies, recovery curriculum, podcasts, an OTT channel, mobile apps, and a studio.

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