Libba Phillips is an Inspirational Speaker, Writer, and Spiritual Teacher. Shortly after her sister disappeared 20 years ago, Libba began receiving messages from God and the heavenly realms. As a result of that intuitive guidance, she was led to create Outpost for Hope, a social justice movement aimed at shining the light on at-risk adults, teens and children who are unaccounted for and often living among our homeless population.

Libba’s advocacy work to raise awareness about “the missing, missing’ and ‘the kids off the grid” has been featured numerous times in the national media including Reader’s Digest and People Magazine. She’s even inspired a Lifetime television movie called Bringing Ashley Home, which has been seen in over twenty countries around the world.

Today, it is Libba’s purpose as The Hopeful Navigator to spread the message that we are all divinely guided, and to encourage others to pay attention to the signs, synchronicities and guidance we receive from the heavenly realms.

Her message of Intention + Divine Intervention = Miracles has been the “formula” behind her success and she teaches others through public speaking, workshops, and individual consulting. Libba believes that we all have access to the navigational tools that will awaken us to our divine life purpose, help us to create a better life for ourselves and change the world around us for the greater good.

We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. T.S. Eliot



Libba’s advocacy works featured in the following magazines, newspapers, tv stations, and books.


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