Caroline has served with InterVarsity since 2002 as a campus staff member in northwest Indiana and most recently in central Pennsylvania. She received her bachelor’s degree in English with a focus on creative writing from Purdue University in 2002 and is currently working toward a master’s in clinical mental health counseling at Messiah College. Caroline, her husband, John, and their three children live in “the sweetest place on earth,” otherwise known as Hershey, Pennsylvania. In her spare time, she likes to read, discover new music, and attempt to train her uncontrollably exuberant Labrador retriever, Pax. Caroline is an associate with Women in the Academy and Professions.
In this episode of our podcast, we get to know a deeply faithful woman with a clear call to the university world and a fully-formed theology of suffering. Join us in our conversation with professor and minister Dr. Amey Victoria Adkins-Jones.
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How can we use our voices as a tool to bring shalom and wholeness to the world? Kathy Khang explores this topic in her recent book Raise Your Voice, one we're featuring as part of a series of offerings from InterVarsity Press — our special summer resource for readers of The Well.