About the Author

5Awareness. Compassion. Recovery. Peace.

The Lord is close to the broken hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.

{Psalms 34:18 NIV}

Carin Jayne Casey, the oldest of several children, grew up in a middle-class Ohio community. In the midst of her parents’ marital issues, she and her siblings enjoyed many fun-filled childhood adventures. Her family moved from Ohio to rural West Virginia while she was a teenager –they lived on a mountain-side.

Casey married her high-school sweetheart and bore two wonderful children. Revisiting her childhood, she encouraged her children to play imaginative games as they grew up. Her marriage failed, and she was eventually lured into a brief, violent relationship.

Casey strives to bring awareness of potential dangers while promoting spiritual growth. She believes adults should encourage their young in healthy fun; children should know they’re safe from harsh punishments; and families should practice appropriate consequences, and forgiveness.


One of her most recent undertakings is a weekly podcast, “Turn to God”, when Casey discusses topics that challenge us today. She provides insightful resources, scripture, and support as we navigate an uncertain world.  The live podcasts are each Monday at 6:30am EST (5:30am CST). They are also available for download so you can listen to them at your convenience.


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Casey graduated from Radford University in Virginia and is employed in the field of risk management. As a survivor of domestic violence, she shares pathways to spiritual growth and recovery in her writings. She assists women’s shelters, donates her books, and participates in church missions. Together, Casey and her husband live in Virginia and have four children and six grandchildren.

Contact Carin Jayne Casey email with questions or to schedule a book signing:

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Be sure and listen to Carin Jayne Casey’s weekly Podcast,“Turn to God”. Click here for more information.