Carol Thompson has invested her career in Christian organizations, devoting the last 20-plus years to Christianity Today. Her passion for local church ministry has led her to serve in a variety of leadership roles, most recently as a womens Bible study leader. She holds a B.A. degree in communication arts from Judson University and has served on Judsons Board of Trustees for the past 13 years. She and her husband, Dana, have two wonderfully creative young adult children.
After I surrendered to the FBI, I surrendered to the Holy Spirit.
Call it what it is: Ladies who lust.
What do Americans think about "under God" being in the Pledge of Allegiance?
How to know when you're losing credibility.
Diversity strengthens the vine and the branches.
Interview with Lauren Widman, M.A., Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology
Six things to note when a legal request for information is made to the church.
A Book Review
When I resisted handing the reigns to others, I risked worshipping the ministry rather than the Master.
When I kept my mouth shut, the Holy Spirit led my team to a new depth of unity