Christine Soule lives in Seattle, WA with her husband. They have five children and two wonderful grandchildren. She is the founder and CEO of Providence Heights, a nonprofit created to house women and children in need and to provide counseling, education, and jobs. She has written a book, Broken and Beautiful, sharing more about her story and vision to help women to not only survive but to thrive. Christine was recently in the May 2021 issue of Welcome Home and generously answered a few questions!
1. Why did I become a writer?
Originally, to raise funds and awareness for Providence Heights, our non-profit. As I wrote it I became very passionate about truly loving the reader.
After writing it I became aware of how much I’m impacting the lives of people that I may never have the privilege to get to know in person.
2. What inspired your current book?
The desire to reveal just how beautiful a persons broken places can become!
3. What is next for you?
To launch our nonprofit organization Providence Heights! Our doors will open January 4th and we will begin to house women and children in need February 1st. I have a workbook that is being edited currently and an eBook skyscraper faith that is also in the works. My passion is for women to discover their potential through their brokenness.