Liz grew up in the gorgeous foothills of the Adirondack Mountains in Upstate New York. While attending college in Boston she met the love of her life, and now husband of 25 years. It was while her husband was an Active Duty Army physician that she began to fully appreciate the magnitude of freedoms we have in this great country called America. As they moved from military base to military base, Liz witnessed first-hand the sacrifices military men and women endured to maintain these freedoms on a daily basis. They selflessly gave and sacrificed with unparalleled patriotism for a land they proudly defended and protected.
Years later, while stationed at Ft. Sam Houston in Texas, she watched her home state be ruthlessly attacked by Islamic terrorists on TV. New York’s Twin Towers decimated, the destruction of the Military’s Headquarters at the Pentagon, and the heroic death of her friend’s brave son on Flight 93. Countless lives taken as an act of war.
Since that time Liz has actively spoken and written about the importance of faith and freedom. She hosted youth groups and women’s Bible studies in her home for years. She has been the guest on numerous radio shows, appeared on TBN in New York City and given sermons in churches on voting biblically. She has written a blog on The Times Union on-line newspaper in the Capitol Region of New York, since 2009.
She created a “Vote the Bible” initiative while closely working with a Christian New York State Senate candidate, initiating communications with over 500 different churches, in order to encourage pastors, ministers, and Christians to take a Biblical stand at the voting booth.
Liz and her husband Rob currently reside in New York, where they actively support Christian outreach programs in their city. They are also involved in many charity causes promoting health and wellness in their community. Aside from writing and speaking, she enjoys spending time with her husband and four children, day hikes in the Adirondacks and dark French Roast coffee via her favorite French-press.