Bobbye Brooks and Tonilee Adamson are two women who understand firsthand the challenges that accompany working together in a business organization. They co-founded Daily Disciples Ministries, Inc., a California-based 501 (c)(3), non-profit corporation in 2004. Prior to incorporating their organization, they worked together as partners in a church-based ministry. They have co-authored over 20 Bible studies, several hundred devotionals (emailed daily throughout the world), a discipleship program, and several books. In addition to their writings, they also co-host a live, call-in radio program “The Way for Today” on KPRZ 1210 AM Sunday mornings from 10-11AM in San Diego, California. They host women’s events as well as bible studies on a regular basis. Their active speaking schedule and interactive website keep them abreast of women’s issues and challenges, as they encounter women from all backgrounds and circumstances. Their message of hope and freedom is deeply grounded in their belief that to seek His kingdom first, be grounded in the truth of God’s Word and maintain a consistent prayer life. Daily Disciples Ministries, Inc. is a member of the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) and their biblical resources are available on LifeWay’s WordSearch Bible study program, the YouVersion app, the iDisciple app and countless Christian websites that post their daily devotions.

Bobbye Brooks began her career in professional healthcare/laboratory management in Nashville, Tennessee as Vice President of several high profile reference laboratories. She relocated from Nashville to San Diego in 1996 and quickly rose to success with an international laboratory and research company located outside of Los Angeles. After completing her Executive MBA, as the future looked brighter than ever, the Lord changed Bobbye’s plans. Through several years of life-changing trials, Bobbye surrendered her goals to the Lord. It was during this time that she met her ministry and business partner “to-be,” Tonilee Adamson. Since 2002, Daily Disciples Ministries has provided numerous Christian resources to churches, organizations, missionaries and all types of people across the world. Bobbye has co-authored Bible studies, devotionals, and books, along with co-hosting radio and television programs. Today, Bobbye is considered an expert in online marketing with her business Media 4 Women, an award winning San Diego business for its marketing innovation and creativity. She uses these gifts and skills to help businesses, organizations and ministries to develop effective marketing strategies, with a heart to bring global exposure to the gospel of Jesus Christ.


Tonilee Adamson grew up in New Jersey and her family relocated to Southern California in her teen years. Knowing that she desired to become a nurse, Tonilee became certified to work in health care institutions from high school through college.  After receiving her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Point Loma Nazarene University, she embarked upon a successful nursing career that included administrative management promotions in the Intensive Care and Heart Transplantation Units. She also initiated and led the training programs for computer software enhancements throughout the healthcare departments. After her children were born, Tonilee began working with children’s ministry and later, women’s ministry in her home church. Tonilee began teaching bible studies in Community Bible Study (CBS) groups and her church, which led to the creation of Daily Disciples Ministries. She and Bobbye continue to work together as co-founders and ministry partners to evangelize and disciple women. Tonilee is pursuing a Masters of Ministry at Point Loma Nazarene University, is a prolific writer contributing regularly to numerous Christian publications and spends much of her time helping other ministries and women from all backgrounds. Today, they encourage women to make time for friendship, especially in their professional and business lives.

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