Audrey holds a MA degree in K-12 administration from Michigan State University and worked as a principal for many years before her current work as an administrator for university philanthropy. Her motto for life is Micah 6:8, “He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God” (NIV). 

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Mustang, Apples and The Prayers of a Righteous Man
Mustang, Apples and The Prayers of a Righteous Man
Audrey Castelbuono · May 14 2 minute read

An empty refrigerator. A half-filled box of spaghetti. A basket of apples. That was it for the next four days. This desperate lack of food was by no means because we were without monthly income. In our newly married life, my husband and I had no financial common sense and we had gotten ourselves into this reckless mess.

He Hears Us
He Hears Us
Audrey Castelbuono · Feb 19 2 minute read

I am so thankful that when I go to God in prayer, He doesn’t misunderstand or speak back to me in a language that I don’t understand. No matter the simple words I use, or the inability to express myself clearly, He listens. He understands. He hears me. He answers me.

Six Gigantic Potatoes
Six Gigantic Potatoes
Audrey Castelbuono · Nov 30 2 minute read

One of my first backpacking trips was in the Smoky Mountains. My husband and I were excited to join a group of other young backpacking enthusiasts and hike trails for four days. We were in our 20’s, in good shape and decided that we were...

Flat or Filled?
Flat or Filled?
Audrey Castelbuono · Sep 7 3 minute read

I was on a tandem bike and I was the only one pedaling but that shouldn’t cause it to be so strenuous...Mile by mile I had pushed and pedaled so hard and never once had I considered that it was so strenuous because...

Balance Belongs to the Lord
Balance Belongs to the Lord
Audrey Castelbuono · Aug 18 5 minute read

Earlier this year, my husband Roy and I had the opportunity of spending a day at The Art Institute of Chicago…I was not so much interested in the pieces within the museum, but to experience the architect’s handiwork…