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    What will be the first line in my obituary ?

She was a missionary in Kebemer, Senegal for seven years 

with her husband, Andy . . .”



“After returning to the States, she continued 

homeschooling her three children for

thirteen years . . .”


                                                                                                                     Probably not.









“She loved reading historical fiction and eating nachos after 9 p.m.

while watching Netflix. . .”     

                                                         Wait. What??


“After receiving the Most Likely to Become a Famous Author Award

in sixth grade, she began to edit and write again in her mid-forties.”


True. A little funny.



“She loved discipling the women God put in front of her and teaching them how to read and understand the Bible.”


                                                                                             So, that would be awesome!









How did I get here?

I discovered my passion as an English teacher at Tóth Árpád Gimnázium in Debrecen, Hungary. Together with my husband Andy, I served as a missionary in Senegal, West Africa for seven years with the Navigators, Discipling for Development (called Mission: Moving Mountains at the time). Three children later, I returned to the States as a homeschool mom for thirteen years and

co-founded 2:52, a local co-op of homeschool families. 

The Credentials

I received a BA in English from the University of Missouri and also pursued an MA in Intercultural Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, IL, where I also earned a Biblical Certificate. I am certified as a Free Lance Editor through The Pen Institute.

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