Karen Eriksson-Lee

About Karen Eriksson-Lee

Karen Eriksson-Lee is the Author of Walking Through Mud, published in Homiletic and Pastoral Review April 2019, founding President of the Board and Artistic Director for the 501c3 Nonprofit Living By His Grace Ministries, and a Student Support Coach in the Virginia Public School System.

Eriksson-Lee holds a Bachelor of Science for Dance with a Minor in Psychology from Shenandoah University, and a Master's of Education and Curriculum from Shippensburg University.

She was formerly a Special Education Counselor for Seton Home Study, Founder and Artistic Director of the Northern Virginia Academy of Ballet, and former faculty member at the world-renowned Central PA Youth Ballet under the Artistic Direction of the late Marcia Dale Weary.

Eriksson-Lee is the proud mother of three — Nastassia, Alexander, and Marlene — mother-in-law to Garret, and grandmother to sweet little Nolan and Oliver.

It’s All Just a Mathematical Equation

The devil wants to divide us. It’s as simple as that. As simple as a mathematical equation, but one that has devastating consequences. As Catholic Christians, who have been taught that evil spirits flee “in the name of Jesus,” we should k … [Read more...]

Walking through Mud

How to Find Joy in Your Suffering with the Sorrowful Mysteries

Thirteen years ago, life changed dramatically for me and my children, then 10, 8, and 6. It’s the year I started walking through mud up to my neck. You know that feeling, right? It’s hard to get out of bed, to do once easy routine chores . . … [Read more...]