Published Works by Caroline S. Cooper
Caroline writes Bible studies, nonfiction books, devotions, blogs, and articles. She is also available for freelance writing assignments. Nonfiction resources include the following:
- Books – Caroline’s first book, In This Corner: Fighting Depression from Inside the Ring, was published in 2005 and updated in 2015 as a tenth anniversary edition.
- Sixty-Six in One Series – Bible studies on individual books of the Bible. The first book in the series, Bible Basics, provides an overview of the Bible. Additional studies include Earnestly Seeking God: A Study of Psalm 63, and The Mystery Revealed: A Study of Ephesians.
- Transformation Series – Studies designed to deepen one’s relationship with the Lord as they recognize his transforming power. Titles include Discovering Me and Conquering Fear.
- Exploring the Word Series – Studies on a variety of topics relevant to Christian life in this world. Titles include All Things New and The God of the Universe.
- Caroline S. Cooper blog – Covers a wide range of subjects. Current blog series is title, “Essays on Mental Illness“ and contains blog posts written by Caroline and guest bloggers.
Caroline recently started a YouTube vlog filled with fun, inspiring, and thought-provoking information for the everyday ups and downs of life. Subscribe to her channel, Roller Coaster Life.
Caroline’s writings can be ordered on the following websites:
For signed copies or orders to be delivered in the Kansas City area, please contact Caroline
As a speaker, Caroline enjoys preparing interactive presentations for workshops, retreats, ministry meetings, and other settings. She will also customize presentations to meet the needs of the group. Contact Caroline for information on these and other topics.
Roller Coaster Mom
Recipe for Love: Inspired by Naomi and Ruth
Psalms: A Guide to Worship
- In This Corner: From Depression to Hope
A Note from Caroline
Writing has been part of my life since I was a child. As a pre-teen, I wrote about my day and spilled a few innocent secrets in my diary. When my high school composition teacher assigned us to start a journal with weekly entries, I found myself pouring out my hopes, struggles, doubts, and joy in a more intense way. Although I don’t journal regularly, I have not stopped writing. I look forward to sharing my words. My goal for all of my writing and speaking projects is to offer encouragement for life in this complicated world.
I look forward to getting to know you.
Caroline S. Cooper