Ruth E. Meed BA, MAT, MS, as an author, speaker, and musician was born the first of twin girls in Ethiopia, and at age 9 moved with her family to Ontario, Canada, and then on to New Brunswick. She earned a Diploma of Biblical and Theological Studies from New Brunswick Bible Institute, a BA in Counseling from Washington Bible College, an MAT in Special Education, and an MEd in Biblical Counseling from Bob Jones University. Ruth is a “Highly Qualified” certified Special Educator, with 27 years of experience including working for 7 years in a home for abused and neglected girls as well as teaching in public and private schools and most recently as a university assistant professor. With her wealth of leadership, teaching, and counseling experience, she offers her services through consulting, speaking, podcast interviews, and publishing. She has published a Bible study: Is God There? 34 ways God Says That He Is Faithful (Dec 2018), a biography of a Pastor, My life Story (Feb, 2019) through T. E. A. M., 3 Ministries, and a Christ-honoring music CD through Stringenberg Music Studio releasing Beside Gentle Streams: Hope for Hurting Hearts in March of 2018.