Hey there! I’m Carrie,
Over the years, God rewrote my dreams from being a corporate accountant (or FBI agent taking down the bad guys) to being a stay-at-home mom and a writer. Okay, so I came kicking and screaming part (a lot) of the way, but I’m so thankful that God persisted.
I am a military wife. Or, more accurately, a former military wife. After Basic, two Tech Schools, three duty stations and ten years in the military, my husband medically retired. He is now a government employee on Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, so we still get to hang out and support our active duty members.
We live near the post with our three children. Besides writing books, I homeschool, try to keep up with family and friends, and cram in as much reading as I can.
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as written in The Warrior’s Bride.
More than anything, I strive to write encouraging books. My fiction is purposely clean, happily-ever-after, gentle romance stories that show practical Christianity. My nonfiction for military spouses is
You’ll see a lot of my heart and values in my weekly blog posts. Sometimes I post about great books, and every great once in a while I hand the reins over to a friend who challenges me to keep seeking Christ. God’s taught me many things that I want to share with you, and I know He still has a lot to teach me. It’s going to be an incredible journey! Will you join me?
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Are you compromising the message of the Gospel, weakening your effectiveness for the Kingdom and leaving blessings God wants you to enjoy unclaimed? I think most of us would say something along the lines of, “I don’t think so.”
Perhaps you would defend yourself with more conviction than me, absolutely convinced that you profess the same Gospel as the apostles of the early church. I’m not sure that I would even answer the question directly if you confronted me with it. I would be cautious in my answer, wanting to think it through carefully first.
And after reading Killing Kryptonite by John Bevere, I see I have some work to do.