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Dr. Carol RazzaGod's purpose and plan for all of us is so great that the enemy wants to stop us even before we fully get started. Dr. Carol Razza says that fear and shame prevented her from opening her mouth to talk about God - after all, she reasoned, who would want to listen? The lies that we are not good enough, too stupid, or will never amount to anything are crippling and the enemy likes it that way. We need to be reminded that our Father speaks freedom into our lives; we just have to receive it.

Carol is a full-time faculty member and formation advisor at St. Vincent de Paul Seminary in Boynton Beach, FL. Her degrees include an Ed.D. in Child and Youth Studies and an M.S. in Counseling Psychology, both from Nova Southeastern University, and a B.S. in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University.

Carol has worked in private practice as a psychotherapist for over 25 years. She has written two books: Sonblock - How Christians Unknowingly Shield Themselves from Grace and Parent Me, Please, a book helping parents to parent their adolescents. Carol presents at seminars, conferences, workshops, and retreats both nationally and internationally. Carol also serves on the Advisory Board, as the Regional Representative for Europe and Asia, for the International Magnificat..

Carol lives in the Father's supernatural joy and encourages others to do the same. Carol's greatest blessings include her marriage of 49 years to her husband Paul, their wonderful sons and daughters-in-law, and grandchildren.

Carol will encourage you, make you think, and oftentimes make you laugh with her dynamic and inspiring testimony!