She earned her International Diploma in Fashion and Beauty Makeup in 1999. Marguerite launched her private label make up line in 2016. Her brand supports initiatives that heal the human heart and promote women being a voice for peace.
In the year 2000, her life took a new direction when God called her to do school of Ministry in Toronto, Canada which continued her own journey of healing from events of her childhood. She was asked to join the school leadership and mentored women ages 18-35, helping and equipping them in their healing journey to become influencers and able to help others. She resided with her English, American born husband in Canada before moving to the US in 2004. Marguerite was the US national coordinator for a prayer network for 5 years. She has been conducting makeovers since 2008, reaching women through the avenue of beauty. Her make over events have impacted audiences in the US and abroad.
She has spoken at conferences, schools, events, and meetings in several nations in Central Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, North and South America. She was part of the US Delegate team for Lausanne 2010, Cape Town. She hosted the CBN Spiritual Gifts Webcast with CBN CEO Gordon Robertson and has been a guest and host on various shows. She Founded her non-profit in 2011 with the vision to help women reach their full potential. In 2016 Marguerite was certified in Trauma Healing Training through the American Bible Society Trauma Institute. She is on the advisory board of Middle East Women’s Leadership Network. Focused on the Middle East, to help women leaders create media for their mission.
Through her ministry, many have received breakthroughs, healing, and a deeper revelation of the Father heart of God. Today Marguerite directs her international ministry for the brokenhearted and persecuted to see them rise up in who God has called them to be. She has begun equipping leaders, from multiple organizations, who serve in some of the toughest regions in the world.
In 2015 the Evans’ adopted a 12-year-old boy from Thailand and is in the process to adopt a little girl from there. They have been deeply touched by the powerful impact of “family” on their son’s life.