March 1, 2021

The journey from broken to beautiful with Christine Soule

The journey from broken to beautiful with Christine Soule

Her life was marked by drug and alcohol abuse at the early age of 13. She also experienced the divorce of her parents and became a mother at the early age of 17. At another point in her life she caught her stepfather and her own sister having an...


Her life was marked by drug and alcohol abuse at the early age of 13. She also experienced the divorce of her parents and became a mother at the early age of 17. At another point in her life she caught her stepfather and her own sister having an affair. However, a moment of awakening led her into a life of faith, and it was the beginning of a totally different path. As part of her many life lessons, she shares in this episode why we must be careful when choosing the people that we surround ourselves with, and why faith can be a key element when trying to overcome most situations in life. This is my conversation with Christine Soule.

Christine Soule lives with the love of her life, Mitch Soule, in Seattle. They have five kids and three wonderful grandchildren (and counting). 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.

To purchase Christine’s book titled "Broken and Beautiful: Let God Turn Your Mess into a Masterpiece" click here: https://amzn.to/3bTu8s3

You can connect with Christine here:

Website: http://christinesoule.com/ or https://www.providenceheights.org/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Christinesoulewriter/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/christinesoule/
Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christine-soule-0a8928166/

The Passion Accomplished podcast with Alberto Sardiñas is available on www.PassionPodcast.com

Christine Soule

Founder and CEO at Providence Heights, Author of "Broken and Beautiful"

Christine Soule lives with the love of her life, Mitch Soule, in Seattle. They have five kids and three wonderful grandchildren (and counting). 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.