Celine Sparks is a graduate of Freed-Hardeman University with a B.A. in Communication/Theatre and a Master’s in Education. She is the author of Because I Said So and Whatever Happened to Fried Chicken?, and is the humorist for Christian Woman magazine. She is married to Scotty Sparks, minister for the Mastin Lake Road Church of Christ in Huntsville, Alabama, and is mom to Abram, Mattianne, and Miriam, all students at Freed-Hardeman, and Enoch who is in high school.
Celine enjoys making friendships with ladies as she speaks throughout the country, and she loves teaching children’s and teen girls’ classes at home. She is coordinator of youth special events at Polishing the Pulpit, and is involved in FHU’s Horizons program, Fall Creek Falls Summer Bible Camp, and Lads to Leaders. She and her husband serve in operations at North Alabama Christian School, where she directs a traveling children’s theatre group, The Pied Pipers of North Alabama.
Celine’s hobbies are browsing antiques, watching Crimson Tide football and losing lists she has just written. She is a firm believer in a proven ancient health stimulant – laughter!