Ruth Lindsay lives with her husband Kim and her two sons Daniel and Joshua in Chinchilla, a small country town in Queensland. As a full time housewife and mum, she is kept busy working in the community while looking after her home, husband, boys , two dogs and two cats.
She is fervent about her relationship with God and His Word and wants to encourage other women to seek a deeper, more intimate relationship with Him.
Ruth is deeply passionate about social injustice, caring for her community and looking after her husband, boys and home. She has heart for hurting women, especially those in domestic violence situations.
In 2015, after the publication of her first book, “He Whispers Our Name”, Ruth founded Be Alive Ministries. In the process of writing her second book, Ruth also travels to different parts of Australia to speak to, pray for and encourage women.
Ruth Lindsay graduated from the Australian and New Zealand Nazarene Theological College in 1988, where she studied Old and New Testament, Theology, Discipleship, Counselling and Special Ministries. After graduating with a Christian Ministries Training Award, she spent 10 years in the Wesleyan Methodist church as a active member, Youth Leader, Sunday School teacher and Deaconess. Following her move to another country town she spent 9 years as a soldier of the Salvation Army. In 2008 after moving west with her husband, she joined the local Baptist Church where she has been an active member since. She is part of a wonderful group of women in a Ladies Bible Study group run by the Christian Outreach Centre.