Carolyn L. Cofield
is a native of Kansas City. She is a wife, mother of seven children, a grandmother ('Nana'), a teacher and author.
She is also the founder and director of Rachel's Tea House, an outreach ministry and organization to help teen and single moms and their babies.
Rachel's Tea House was birthed in 2000, after the loss of one of her daughters. Carolyn knows the pain of losing a child, but she also knows the healing power of God that moves you from pain to purpose, tragedy to triumph, grief to glory.
Rachel's Tea House opened as a Crisis Pregnancy Center in 2002 and expanded to a Maternity Home in 2006, housing over 60 girls and their babies. Rachel's Tea House transitioned to a Pregnancy Resource Center in 2012, a community outreach program offering mentoring, support and encouragement to young moms facing the challenges of teen and single parenting.