Anastasia Means- Dallas is a mother, wife, author, speaker, playwright and so much more. As a Woman of Purpose and Destiny, Anastasia has helped other women walk into their destiny by using biblical principles, and prayer, to help transform their lives. She’s heavily involved in Women’s Ministries, and she encourages and coaches other women into becoming entrepreneurs, to write books, plays, develop healthy relationships, while tapping into all the gifts and talents that God has endowed them with. No stranger to hardship and problems, Anastasia has overcome challenges from a painful divorce, bouts of depression, temporary homelessness, and she’s had to overcome major challenges as a parent. In spite of all the obstacles that she has faced, she sends the powerful message that you can still win intentionally, regardless of your past, or your present pain.
Anastasia has been able to turn her pain into purpose through her two books, one entitled, “Waiting With A Purpose-A Guide to Finding Your Boaz, a book for singles admonishing them to discover their purpose, while waiting on their Boaz, and Fourth Street, a heartfelt colorful children’s book, that was dedicated to her late grandfather, Forest C. Bowman, who was an entrepreneur with very limited education, but he encouraged her to follow her dreams through his daily interactions with her as a child. Anastasia has written and directed the stage play, “The Present Day Ruth,” which ran for three years consecutively at major venues in Atlanta, Georgia. Anastasia also has written and directed several children’s productions while serving as the Fine Arts Director in Super Church, at World Changer’s Church International.
As a result of her passion for children reaching their full potential, she has been able to tap into the children’s gifts, and lead them to a path of success academically as an educator. All of her experience has led Anastasia to a fulfilling speaking career engaging churches, women conferences and school events Anastasia currently resides in the UAE with her husband, Roy Dallas Jr., and children, as she’s enjoying teaching abroad, and traveling to various countries with her wonderful family while fulfilling her God-given assignments, as she continues to “Win Intentionally.”
"You can still win intentionally, regardless of your past, or your present pain."
Anastasia Means- Dallas