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Friday, January 11, 2013
Fearless Friday - Meet Carol Stratton!
G. Stratton has written forpublications
that include InTouch magazine, CBN.com, and Kyria, two anthologies, Writing
so Heaven Will be Different and Extraordinary Answers to Prayers
(Guideposts) and has been interviewed on Moody Radio Midday ConnectionAfterlogging 22 moves with her
husband, four children and a dog, and hearing every moving joke (“Guess you’re moving cause you hate to clean
your house.” or, “Is the IRS is looking for you?”),she developed a website: www.ChangingZipCodes.com. The book
is an outgrowth the website and her passion to help people move while keeping
their families and humor intact.
Her book,Changing Zip Codes, Finding Community Wherever You’reTransplanted is an outgrowth of the
website as her humorous and inspiring
stories will motivate anyone face a big transition in their life. This
forty-day devotional published by Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, is
available at CBN.com.
has four grown children and two grandchildren. Currently she and her husband,
John, live in North Carolina where she speaks to MOPS and other women’s groups
while learning to love livermush.
As the moving van drives
off you have a knot in your stomach. You ask yourself, “Are we moving to a
better place? Will my children like their new school? Will I ever make
friends?” As someone who has moved over twenty-two times; this author
understand the fears and excitements of relocating and has grown a passion to
help families who need to change their zip code.
Sure to become a best-seller, Changing
Zip Codes: Finding Community Wherever You’re Transplanted is a forty-day
devotional full of wisdom and humor to encourage families and lift the spirits
of those finding themselves moving to a new home and potentially a new
lifestyle. Carol knows the stress of changing addresses as she has moved
twenty-two times with a husband, four children and a dog. She is the mover’s
cheerleader; her goal is to help women survive a move while keeping their
families and humor intact.Written for
those relocating, it is helpful for anyone facing big changes in their life.
This book would make an excellent gift for military families, realtors, and
churches who want to welcome newcomers into their community.