MEET CAROLINE
NEWHEISER

My walk with the Lord started as a child but became more impactful while I was a student at Baylor University. I married my husband, Jim, in 1979, and we have been on an exciting walk with Lord ever since. He was a pastor for 30 years; 26 of those were in Escondido, California. After teaching our three sons at home, I began my counseling ministry. We moved to Charlotte in 2016 because my husband became the director of the Christian Counseling program at Reformed Theological Seminary where I earned a Master’s degree in 2018.

I ENJOY SEEING THE WORD OF GOD SHAPE LIVES FOR HIS GLORY.

CONTACT CAROLINE

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UPCOMING SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

October 4-6, 2021

Workshop speaker at the ACBC National Conference in Charlotte, NC

November 12-13, 2021

Ladies’ retreat for Resurrection OPC in Matthews, NC

February 3-5, 2022

Hunfeld, Germany

February 6-12, 2022

Baltic Reformed Theological Seminary in Latvia

April 2, 2022

WIC Conference for Woodruff Road Presbyterian Church in Greenville, SC

April 22-23, 2022

Women’s Retreat for Kootenai Community Church in Kootenai, ID

May 13-15, 2022

Marriage Conference for Christ Community Church in Johnson City, TN

Some helpful information concerning speaking engagements:

https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/retreat-speaker-needs/

You, and your words, are significant and
necessary for the building up of [Christ’s] church.

CHERYL MARSHALL AND CAROLINE NEWHEISER 

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