Authors of Woman of God - Joy in the Journey Devotion Book
In addition, Kristin Schulz is a contributing author for the Woman of God Joy in the Journey Devotion Book.
Carol Albrecht lives in a beautiful Victorian town with her pastor husband. They have four grown children, all of whom live too far way. She is a retired paraeducator who teaches a fifth grade Midweek class, leads a women's Bible study, and does public speaking. After years of writing freelance and on assignment, Carol published her first book last year, a Christian novel for women titled, Dearest Mandy.
Besides writing, Carol enjoys reading, crocheting, and scrapbooking. She makes yearly scrapbooks for each of her seven grandchildren, which keeps her very busy.
Sue Logan was born and spent much of her life in Northwest Iowa. Following a 30-year career as a Registered Nurse, she now works as a full-time freelance writer and editor near St. Louis, Missouri. She enjoys quilting, reading, and walking with her dog, Thelma. God has blessed Sue with three children.
Patricia R. Mitchell, former Editorial Director with Hallmark Cards, is a freelance writer specializing in Bible studies, inspirational articles, devotionals, and gift books. She also enjoys leading workshops at women's retreats and writers' conferences.
Pat, her mother, and her brother share a home with four cats in Kansas City, Missouri. The cats are especially interested in Pat's newest hobby, hand quilting. They believe she stretches a quilt over a quilting frame for the sole purpose of making them a hammock.
Alison Zeller was born and raised in Iowa, and moved to St. Louis after graduating from the University of Iowa in 2007. During her college years, God blessed Alison with the opportunity to work and gain writing experience in several different internships, working for USA Boxing, the American Red Cross, and the University of Iowa athletic program.
Alison has been involved with teaching Sunday school and singing in the choir at her church. By day, she works as the community relations coordinator for a St. Louis homeless shelter. When she’s not writing or working, Alison enjoys spending time with her new husband, Michael (married in October 2009), and training for her second half-marathon, slated for April 2010.