More about Carrie

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Carrie’s Credentials:

While Carrie did acquire an Associate of Science in Business Administration many years ago, she’s continued her education with classes and practical hands-on education in the areas God’s led her to minister. Besides extensive reading, she’s completed:

  • Courses at the Online Bible College, including A Passion for God’s Word, The Power of the Gospel, How to Teach God’s Word, Living with God, Essential Truths I and II, and Discovering Jesus
  • Christian Writer’s Guild Apprenticeship, a 2-year mentored writing course
  • Spiritual Development Training, a 24-hour lay counseling class developed by her church’s Senior Pastor, a licensed marriage and family therapist
  • Care and Counsel for Combat Trauma, a 30-hour course developed by Cru Military and the American Association of Christian Counselors
  • Professional Life Coaching 101, a 12-hour course developed by Light University, American Association of Christian Counselors

Carrie’s Previous Engagements Include:

  • Radio interviews include American Family Radio and the WCLN Morning Show
  • Protestant Women of the Chapel International Conference, workshop speaker with Major General Robert Dees, 2010
  • Southview Baptist Church, workshop speaker at women’s conference, 2011
  • The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, guest columnist, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2018
  • Hope for Women Magazine, guest columnist, 2014
  • Mt. Ararat Baptist Church, ladies Bible study, featured speaker, 2015
  • To Love, Honor, and Vacuum, guest blogger, 2015
  • Military Wives Spiritual Resiliency Event, Ft Bragg, featured speaker, 2015
  • Military at the CROSS, RockFish Church, featured speaker, 2015 & 2016
  • Women of the Chapel, MCB Quantico, retreat speaker, 2016
  • Indian Life Magazine, guest columnist, 2017
  • Tea & Topics, Fayetteville, NC, featured speaker, 2018
  • The Army Wife Network, 2018

What Others Thought . . .

Every one of our ladies that came and heard Carrie speak on being a Warrior’s Bride was inspired, encouraged, and challenged in new ways to love the Lord and love their husbands.  Our Tuesday morning group listens to many different speakers throughout the year, and I must say Carrie was exceptional. Everyone was so tuned in and attentive and the question/answer time went long and got quite real. Everyone is still buzzing, weeks later, about the truths learned.” ~Katie Hawkins, Groups Director, Mount Ararat Church, Virginia
When Carrie Daws speaks she has a God-given gift to make her audience feel comfortable, feel involved, and feel the Holy Spirit speaking through her. Carrie has a gift of not overwhelming the non-Christian or newer Christian with Scripture verse after verse. Carrie uses His Word and her life intertwined to make one want to search out the verse she shares and make one want to apply more of His Word to one’s own life! I always look forward to hearing Carrie’s messages and, at times, counseling! I am blessed to call Carrie a sister in Christ.” ~Julie McWilliams, President, MCB Quantico Women of the Chapel
Cru Military, a division of Cru, appreciates the heart, soul, and expertise that Carrie Daws puts into military families.  Carrie not only completed Care and Counsel for Combat Trauma (C3T), a 30-hour course developed by Military Ministry and the AACC, but she condensed it into a six-hour course for the lay person. In addition, Carrie partnered with Cru Military in presenting a workshop on the C3T to military women, wives, and chaplains at the 2010 Protestant Women of the Chapel International Conference in Dallas, TX.” LtGen Jeffrey Oster, USMC (Retired), Executive Director, Cru Military, Cru
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