Born a Miracle, the third of six, Peggy grew up on a wheat farm in southwest Oklahoma. She cooked for wheat harvesters by age twelve while mother and father worked in the field. Coming from a family heritage of Appalachian storytellers, she did not hear a new joke until she was twenty-eight years old.
Peggy graduated from Grandfield High School and met her husband George in college. They graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford, OK. She taught shorthand, typing, and business law in a north Dallas high school and worked as executive secretary for a construction company in Austin, TX. Peggy delighted in her two children as a stay-at-home mom volunteering at their schools, with Girl Scouts, and in the neighborhood. She loves teaching Sunday school and women’s Bible studies where she emphasizes digging deeper into the story.
“Historical fact…overlaid with creative imagination….make the ancient text alive…” —Eugene H. Merrill, PhD, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Old Testament Studies, Dallas Theological Seminary
Keshub…doesn’t need magic, or dragons, or supernatural strength. The strength he finds is within himself, given by the God he is discovering…. Allison Pittman, Christians School Educator and Award-winning Author of “On Shifting Sand”
Peggy Consolver has consistently displayed a passion for God’s word through creative teaching that engages the student whether young or old. Without a doubt, Shepherd, Potter, Spy and the Star Namer will bless generations to come. —Rev. Pablo Morales, Theologian and Lead Pastor of Ethnos Bible Church
“Yes, this book is for teens but also for people like me who have a hard time connecting with the Old Testament.” CMM—Elementary School Teacher