Teacher, Editor, and Writer in NC
Doctoral Candidate, Stacey D. Reed, has released her first book written to encourage educators to do what they do best—teach. In her book, Morning Musings: Weekly Encouragement for the Educator’s Soul, Stacey provides 36 devotionals to encourage educators to teach amidst school violence, insufficient resources, sub-par pay, and teacher shortages.
She has been a professor for thirteen years and has an earned B.A. and M.A., English. She has completed extensive study in the Teaching of English (Coastal Carolina University), Organizational Leadership (Charleston Southern University), and Higher Education Leadership (Concordia-University Portland). She can readily attest to the many fractures in the educational system and encourages educators to teach on in spite of them.
She believes she is commissioned to teach, lead, and serve America’s next generation of students. Relying on her one constant, Stacey continued teaching, leading, and serving, finding divine encouragement for each day.
“Educators cannot afford to have a private morning routine that excludes our one constant. That one constant, transforms our soul, equipping us to transform our students’ lives,” she says.
Stacey shares that one constant, and the encouragement it yielded for her, with educators in her first book Morning Musings: Weekly Encouragement for the Educator’s Soul.
Having known Stacey for some time, Austin A. Adams, Former Executive Vice President, JP Morgan Chase, says,
“She has a combination of three attributes and experiences that make her perfect to author such a book. She has a strong, unwavering faith; she has an outstanding record as an educator; and she relates well to students, and their needs.”
You can learn about Stacey on her website: www.staceydreed.com.
If you are an educator with a desire to transform your life,so you can transform your students’ lives, CLICK HERE to learn more about
Weekly Encouragement for the Educator's Soul
published by Elm Hill: A Division of HarperCollins Christian Publishing