Meet “Carol Middlekauff”
Born in Amarillo, Texas, Carol stands five feet tall, 110 pounds, with green eyes, chin-length gray hair, and glasses. She’s just an ordinary person. Born again at age 15, and prodigal for a few years, she’s now getting a steady diet of Christian radio (KHCB radio out of Houston), Bible reading, and other teaching and steadily maturing in her Christian faith.
Carol and her artist husband Chuck now live in Austin, Texas. She received a teaching degree from the University of Texas. And though she started out to be a teacher, she ended up in the insurance business. Now retired after 30 years of helping to make commercial insurance coverages palatable, she and Chuck (also ordinary), head out from their home in Austin, Texas, looking for chances to share their faith and trust in, and love for, Jesus Christ.
It happens as they go along, at gas stations, grocery stores, Walmart, hotels, laundromats, as well as in jails. Frequent car trips also take them down lots of roads to many of the U.S. national parks, to galleries that carry Chuck’s artwork, and to other examples of God’s work on mountains, canyons, trees, valleys, and oceans. Because Chuck thinks of travel as a verb—you must keep moving—they have tons of chances to meet new people, and hundreds of divine appointments. Since 2006, they’ve also been going into prisons, jails, and juvenile detention facilities, telling people about Jesus with the folks from Bill Glass Behind the Walls prison ministry and the Ring of Champions juvenile mentoring ministry.
Starting with letters and photos to share travels with her mother and grandmother, she’s been an incurable writer, editor, photographer, and traveler. You may have seen her writing and photography in travel, profile, and insurance articles in publications such as American Cowboy, New Mexico, or Rough Notes and Resources (for insurance and risk management professionals), and other magazines, or the Dallas Morning News, Kansas City Star, Boston Herald, San Jose Mercury News, New Orleans Picayune, and other newspapers. With God’s amazing hand, she also wrote a Sunday travel column for the Longmont, Colorado, Daily Times-Call newspaper for five years.
And she’s written a Christian evangelism-training book, Take Someone with You to Heaven. It will inspire and encourage you to share your faith through Chuck and Carol’s real stories, more than 100 scriptures, and lots of personal challenges.
Make sure you’re ready for heaven. And take someone with you. If you’re not sure where you will spend eternity or have questions, read Take Someone with You to Heaven, or check out www.everypserson.com
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