Tai Ikomi holds a B.A. degree in French. In 1991 she graduated with an M.A. degree in Theology from Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, OK.
In April, 1986, she lost her entire family, her husband and three children to a drunk driver on an interstate in Missouri. Tai Ikomi has lived to write about how she survived this ordeal by the grace of God in her bestseller, His Beauty For My Ashes, with a foreword by Evelyn (Oral) Roberts. Evelyn wrote in the foreword, “Anyone who has gone through a tragedy and is having a struggle because of it, should read this book.”
The book and the movie have proved to be a blessing, especially to those who have faced tremendous crisis in their lives.
In 2000, she released her first movie, His Beauty For My Ashes, based on her best-selling book of the same title.
Tai Ikomi speaks in conferences, churches, and seminars on the practical issues of Christian living. She presents the God, who is not only able to comfort us in our afflictions, but who also can turn any situation around.
Tai has authored over 40 books.