More About the Author
Evangeline Colbert is a speaker, author and Hope Coach. She has been married for 30+ years. A graduate of Georgia Tech, she worked as an electrical engineer for several years before overcoming infertility and choosing to become a stay-at-home mom to raise her three children.
Over 7 million Americans suffer with infertility. Evangeline's most recent book, "Infertility Sucks! How to Maintain Hope in Your Marriage During Infertility" is full of tips about keeping the strength of the marriage the priority, even in the midst of the difficult struggle of infertility. It contains practical activities for couples to help them ensure that their marriage not only survives infertility but it also thrives.
Her book, "A Seed of Hope---God's Promises of Fertility," is a devotional. In the daily readings, she relates to the emotional, physical, relational, and financial pain and havoc that infertility causes by bringing sources of hope from the Bible to the reader. The act of speaking God's Word is the foundation of the powerful devotions. She shares personal stories, practical tips, and insights of victory. The devotions help women to tap into the strength of God's promises through affirmations and address the issue of infertility by confidently believing and speaking the Word of God.
Both books are written from the perspective of Evangeline's personal struggle with and victory over infertility.
Evangeline was chosen as a featured author for Group Publishing's devotional, "If I Can Do All Things, Why Can't I Find My Car Keys?" She has also published articles in various magazines, newspapers, and blogs, including Vertikal, San Tan News, and Mom at Last.
She has served more than 20 years as a Bible teacher and is known for sharing God's Word with practical application for daily living.
Evangeline's mission is to point people to Jesus by teaching them to use "Spoken Faith" in all areas of life. She enjoys helping people learn how to speak the Word of God while believing the Word of God and expecting His Word to be performed.