Listee Features — November 7, 2017


“Believe! Don’t dream big; dream bigger! The sky is the limit so reach for the stars!” Randi D. Ward’s copyrighted life philosophy has proven valuable as she navigates an exceptional career as an author, artist and educator. Currently retired as a language arts teacher with 37 years of experience, she taught 7th through 12th grades in both rural and inner-city schools in Georgia in the subjects of grammar, literature, creative, essay and research writing, public speaking, and drama. She was a pioneer in the formation of the gifted program in West Virginia in the 1970s, and created the masters education program courses for the teachers of the talented and gifted at Marshall University, from which she earned a Bachelor of

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Combining her love for literature with her love of God, Carol Ann Wehrheim is thriving as a writer and editor. She notably published 18 board books with Bible stories for toddlers, which were reviewed in the Philadelphia Enquirer,  as well as books like “The Baptism of Your Child,” “Growing Together,” “Getting It Together,” “The Great Parade,” and “The Journey Ahead.”  She is particularly proud of becoming the general editor of “Feasting on the Word Curriculum,” in 2010 and maintaining the position until 2017. Another highlight was having the Princeton Seminary Library ask for permission to put all of her papers in their archives. She attributes her success to her family, who taught her that she could do anything. ​ In

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