Zoe Hoffman is a multi-talented artist and writer hailing from Alabama, where her journey in art began under the loving encouragement of her parents, shaping her passion from a tender age. With an innate gift for creativity, she penned her first books, "Lazarus Divinely Resurrected: The Anatomy of Lazarus' Tomb" and "How to Get Answers Every Time You Pray...For Visual Artists," at just 16, propelled by her deep-rooted faith and artistic drive.

Having graduated from high school at the age of 15, Miss Zoe went to college and graduated with a B.A., MBA, and is currently pursuing her DBA. Miss Zoe's academic prowess is matched by her spiritual calling. At 18, she was appointed museum curator for ABAM Center, a role underpinned by her unwavering faith and guided by the blessings of Apostle Dr. Ludie L. Hoffman, overseeing the curation of over 150 multicultural biblical characters and 20+ African kings, recently launching the center's online virtual museum tour.

Beyond her artistic and academic endeavors, Zoe is a devoted missionary and team leader for the FOFMI Humanity Project Relief Missions Team, aiding those affected by homelessness and natural disasters, channeling her mission to share the Gospel through art. Through projects like The FOFMI Humanity Project and her YouTube series Heart4ART, Zoe's vision transcends borders, touching lives and souls globally.

Grateful for the unwavering support of God, her parents, and mentors, Zoe's journey is a testament to the grace and guidance that has shaped her path. With every stroke of her brush and every word she writes, Zoe embodies the belief that art is a powerful vessel for spreading the message of Christ to every corner of the world, inspiring others to use their gifts for the Kingdom.