Kerry Campbell is a Catholic-Christian writer, podcaster, early childhood music teacher, church cantor, and Mom to two wonderfully grown-up kids. She has a passion for helping Catholics find deeper meaning in our broken Church through encounter with God and an openness to Christian ecumenism.

She produces the weekly podcast, Raised Catholic, as a judgment-free space for cradle Catholics both in and out of the pews who may be struggling with “church” but who are pursuing relationship with God. You can find Kerry’s writing on Instagram @kerrycampbellwrites and at her blog, My Little Epiphanies.

Kerry is a hope*writer who’s been published with Guideposts, Common Horizon, this abundance, For Every Mom, and (in)courage.  Hers is the last essay in the (in)courage devotional: Take Heart: 100 Devotions to Seeing God When Life’s Not Okay.

Kerry lives in the suburbs of Boston with her husband, Tim, and the best dog in the world, Bailey.

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  1. It must be a “God thing”(my phrase to myself re: his presence in my life). I have just fixed my treadmill and looked up my schedule for C25K today! I sat to read your Guidepost article as I was eating dinner and it was perfect. I have had some real difficult changes in my life and have been struggling. A friend used this program also. When she talked about it it sounded like something I could do! Thank you

  2. Hi Kerry,
    I just read your article in the August 2018 issue of Guideposts. Thank you for describing in minute detail how your body was reacting to exercise…you have given me hope about my own exercise response. Thank you.
    Plus I love how you see God’s loving hand in everything about you.
    Hope you have a glorious day, Kerry🤗🙏🏻🤗
    You have made mine infinitely better.
    In His Love, Marilyn Meek🙏🏻🦋🕊

  3. Good morning…I was also a teacher and came across you in the Grown and Flown fb group. Looking forward to sitting down and reading through your blog.

    1. Lynne, I’m so glad you’re here! If you’d like to subscribe to receive new posts in your email, you can do so by entering your email on the left hand side at the bottom of the page. Blessings to you, and thanks for reading!

  4. Your messages are always so clear and vivid that it brings me into the picture you are writing. It makes me think and helps me grow. Thank you.

    1. Elizabeth, thank you so much for these kind words, they are much appreciated. Blessings on you and yours!

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