BUILDING STRONG HOMES podcast
HOST: CAROL ROPER
Today I’m thrilled to introduce you to one of my writer friends, Carolyn Knefely. Carolyn has an impressive resume of extremely diverse careers, but what makes her story so incredible is her strength to overcome her childhood of her and her younger brothers, often being left alone for days at a time. From the age of four or five, Carolyn frequently begged for food from neighbors and even stole bread to survive. When she was 18 years old, she nearly attempted suicide, but God intervened and made her realize she didn’t have to be a victim of her circumstances. Hers is an incredible story of how God took this poor, dirty, starving little girl that no one seemed to love and launched her into a world where she became trained and certified by the Protocol School of Washington Fine Dining and then taught business etiquette to colleges, churches, and corporations. If you’ve ever felt you can’t succeed because of a difficult childhood, listen to Carolyn’s story and realize how God can help anyone overcome their past to make a real difference in the world.
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