Fingerprints On The Altar Rails
A Novel of a Women’s Prayer Group Struggles & Victories - Carol Gleneagles
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Carol Genengels was born in Seattle and raised in Silverdale, WA. She graduated from Central Kitsap High and Olympic College with a Medical Assistant’s Certification. Carol worked in the medical/mental health care field before retiring.
She found Christ as a child when a neighbor invited her to summer, Bible school. Her childhood prayer was that, when she grew up, God would give her a husband who’d take her to church. She met Ted, the answer to her prayer, and they were married in 1960. They have three children, five grandsons, and five great-grandchildren. Carol has been active in church and women’s ministries for many years. She co-founded A Woman’s Touch Ministry and served as director for fifteen years. Carol has the heart for worship and intercession. She’s written several worship songs.
As a writer, Carol authored numerous short stories, poems, and articles. Her stories have appeared in several devotionals, Chicken Soup for the Soul books, God Allows U-Turns for Women, God Allows U-Turns for Teens, God’s Rainbow Book (Prayers and Inspiration for Victims of Hurricane Katrina) Bad Hair Days, Stories for Spirit-Filled Believers, Journeys of Friendship, etc. as well as Woman’s Day, Reminisce, and various other magazines. Her first book, Unfailing Love, has blessed many lives. Her second book, Fingerprints on the Altar Rails has been well received by her readers. She has more books on her computer just waiting to get out.
Carol and Ted co-founded Grays Harbor’s first NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) affiliate in 2007. In 2011 the county awarded them a Phoenix Award for their tireless work with, and for, persons with mental illness.
Carol and Ted are active members of Toastmasters International where Carol currently serves as President of their local chapter. As an inspirational speaker, Carol has ministered at many retreats over the years. Her greatest joy is seeing women set free to be all that God has created them to be.
Carol and Ted love to travel to Hawaii in the winter and divide the rest of their time between their Ocean Shores home and their Seabeck Beach House.
Carol’s life/favorite scripture is:
“Therefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your toil is not in vain in the Lord.” 1 Cor.15:58 NASB