Jennifer Rothschild is a recovering perfectionist who has learned to live beyond limits ever since her life drastically changed at the age of fifteen, when she lost her sight. Now, more than 30 years later, she boldly and compassionately teaches women how to find contentment, walk with endurance, and celebrate the ordinary.
Known for her substance, signature wit, and down-to-earth style, Jennifer weaves together colorful illustrations, Biblical principles, and music to help women live empowered.
As a speaker, author and accomplished singer-songwriter she travels internationally, offering fresh, sensible, Biblical advice to audiences who, like her, are determined to pursue healthy and fulfilling lives in spite of their circumstances. She has shared her practical and inspiring messages to arena-sized audiences across the country, and media outlets including Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, Life Today, The Learning Channel and The Billy Graham Television Special.
Jennifer is an avid listener of audio books, C.S. Lewis junkie, and has a weakness for dark chocolate and robust coffee. She and her Dr. Phil live in Springfield, Missouri, and have two sons Connor and Clayton and a lovely daughter-in-law, Caroline. When she is not traveling, Jennifer enjoys nature walks, and riding a bicycle built for two.
She’s the author of ten books, including the best-selling Lessons I Learned in the Dark, Self Talk, Soul Talk,, the popular Me, Myself and Lies Bible study, and her recently released God Is Just Not Fair: Finding Hope When Life Doesn’t Make Sense.
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Favorite food: Dark chocolate and stir-fry veggies Favorite type of shoes: Børn clogs Two things you love to do: Sip coffee and listen to books written by dead authors Favorite verse: 2 Corinthians 4:16–18 Favorite book: Anything by C.S. Lewis Something people may not know about you: I bungee jumped from 7½ stories Best advice you ever received: My Mom always told me, “You can do anything you put your mind to.” I actually believed her! Thanks Mom!