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Encouragement For Life In A Complicated World

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Caroline S. Cooper is a contest-winning author who offers encouragement for life in this complicated world through blogs, devotions, Bible studies, video blogs, and other means. There’s no doubt about it, life is tough. But it is possible to find hope, joy, and peace even in the midst of the most challenging situations.

Caroline’s favorite topics reflect her passions in life: spiritual growth, mental health, and relationships. 

Caroline writes nonfiction materials for individuals or small groups. Books, Bible studies, and blogs cover a variety of subjects. As a speaker Caroline creates interactive and informative presentations. Sample topics are listed here.

As an advocate for mental health awareness, Caroline has a strong desire to address the stigma of mental illness. Mental health resources are available from a variety of organizations to promote awareness of mental illness and trauma-related conditions. To read Caroline’s testimony, click here.

As a wife, mother, and grandmother, Caroline understands unique challenges of caring for children. Mothers, grandmothers, teachers, and other women are challenged to prepare children to be confident, responsible adults in an ever-changing world. For Moms and Grandmas is a Facebook community for women who have children of all ages in their lives. Check it out here.


“So encourage each other and build each other up, just as you are already doing.” 

1 Thessalonians 5:11, New Living Translation of the Bible


Caroline’s Blog

Express Yourself

We are uniquely made, with a purpose only we can fill. When we find it difficult to verbally share a message God has placed on our hearts, expressing ourselves through the arts and other non-verbal means can reach people who are not moved by our speeches and... read more

Who is Jesus? 12 Lessons on Hebrews

FREE 12-lesson study on the book of Hebrews: Who is Jesus? The attached PDF contains class handouts and lesson outlines for group leaders. This study can also be used by individuals. who-is-jesus_12-lessons-on-hebrews Who is Jesus? The Son radiates God’s own glory and... read more

Trust – Letting Go of Control

How do we define trust? We intuitively understand its meaning but how do we put this abstract concept into words? For me, trust is believing in someone, being confident they will follow through with commitments, and relying on them to be there for me. Trust, no matter... read more

Trick or Treat or Baseball

I heard something interesting on the radio this afternoon. Listeners were invited to call in and discuss how they were going to handle Halloween considering the Kansas City Royals could be playing for a sweep of the World Series. Even if the series is 2-1 after Friday... read more

It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over

I love my Kansas City Royals! I have wonderful memories of watching the boys in blue with my dad from the comfort of our home. Through good years and bad, our family cheered for our hometown team. It’s hard to believe that was over 35 years ago. Sometimes, time... read more

A Soul on Fire

 In Revelation 3:15-16, the apostle John quotes words of Jesus that open our eyes to the importance of making a life-altering, whole-hearted commitment to the Lord. “I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot; I wish that you were cold or hot. So... read more

Who do you think I am?

At a recent Christian writers meeting, we were given an assignment to read a couple of paragraphs involving two individuals and then use our creative minds to describe them in more detail than was provided in the brief story.  I was impressed at the imaginations of my... read more

Waiting for God

Waiting for God is not always easy, especially when he is taking his sweet time in following our footsteps. We stride ahead eagerly, confident that we know exactly where God wants us to go. So why does he seem to lag behind? When we find ourselves wondering why God is... read more

Joy for the Holidays

That night there were shepherds staying in the fields nearby, guarding their flocks of sheep. Suddenly, an angel of the Lord appeared among them, and the radiance of the Lord’s glory surrounded them. They were terrified, but the angel reassured them. “Don’t be... read more

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