About Liberty Dawn

Liberty Dawn is a pro-life speaker, actress, minister, writer, and teacher. Her passion is building and liberating souls through 

creative, theatrical works and throughsharing the science of Yahweh's life-giving Words. 

Professional acting experience began in the middle of Liberty's life while her love and respect for the arts began as a small child. Her grandmother and parents cultivated a great respect for actors, theatre, and music—teaching Liberty about the power of reaching people through storytelling.


"Where communication can oftentimes feel impossible within politics, religion, and academia, the freedom to express oneself through various forms of artistic media continues to grow stronger everyday," she says.


This sentiment was further solidified for Liberty after receiving her formal training at the infamous Stella Adler Academy in Hollywood, CA—a place, she says, "saved [her] life." Liberty has since had the pleasure of being in theatrical stage plays and performances, as well as being called upon as a speaker to share how she overcame generational depression, the trauma of abortion, addiction, the temptation of suicide, and how we prepare to enter the Kingdom of Heaven.

Liberty’s teaching, whether through the arts or biblical studies, is fueled by her passion for Jesus and souls of every nation, background, and language. Her hope is to reach the four corners of the earth with creative, artistic works that serve not only to entertain, but to also enlighten, heal, strengthen, and UNIFY humanity. Subsequently, Liberty has been active in sharing what she's learned with women, children, and Senior Communities. She has been invited to work as a teacher, speaker, and actress with Young Storytellers, The Brooks and Brooks Foundation, Urban Village, Atria Senior Living, Prayer for Purity, Bel Air Presbyterian MNBS, Angel Fire Christian Center, Watchmen on the Wall, Stella Adler Academy, A Light in Dark Places, The Acting Academy & Musik Korner for child actors, and  numerous families in need of prayer and biblical counsel.

"Empirical, spiritual knowledge of the mysteries of God must be shared. We cannot learn this information solely from books; it is birthed from the fire of our experience and relationship with Elohim."