A recent retiree, Carol has turned her focus to writing. She is passionate about the Word of God and loves to teach and write about the things God is teaching her day-by-day. Over the past 26 years, Carol began researching God’s wisdom and He has taken her on an amazing journey of revelation of who He is and the role He wants to play in our lives. Almost ten years ago, God confirmed that He wanted her to write about what He was teaching her. Despite her hesitation, there was no denying His plan. Recently she finished the first draft of the book and is in the process of watching God direct her publishing journey. The working title is The Formula for the Abundant Life. Hopefully, 2016 will be the year she realizes her dream of publishing her book whether on Amazon or through traditional publishing. But while she waits (and spends countless hours editing), she begins a transparent conversation about God’s view of man’s heart, His wisdom and His power in our seven key relationships. Join Carol as she sets her heart toward the abundant life found only in Him.
The focus of her blog is God’s teachings on our heart attitudes toward the seven relationships of our lives. Hopefully you’ll want to bookmark her blog and find it a go-to resource when struggling in any of your relationships. Carol doesn’t profess to have perfect relationships–as we all know, they are two-way streets. She does, however, humbly seek to make sure her heart is right before God and others in all her relationships. Like you, she’ll fail and must humble herself and ask forgiveness and God’s help in creating a pure heart within. Come walk with her here.
Carol has a degree in Christian education from Baptist Bible College and a certification in corporate community affairs from Boston College. She has worked in churches, Christian schools and corporate and non-profit administration and community affairs. She has taught children, teens, adults, women, seniors. . .and men in recovery. She has found that God is able to meet our needs during every stage and crisis of life.
Carol and her husband met in Nashville, Tennessee, and still call it home, even though they have resided in Richmond, Virginia for the past 26 years. Carol is a wife, mother of five, and grandmother to six.