We are pleased that you have chosen to connect with us spiritually and physically via the web regarding the ministry of reconciliation. Reconciliation has become a life journey for Carolyn Maull McKinstry. She shares that journey, visitations, spiritual insights, testimonials and other uplifting and enlightening information.
Life After September 15, 1963
Carolyn was present on September 15, 1963 at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, when white racists bombed the Church. Carolyn’s four young friends were killed. As a teenager, Carolyn felt her “calling” by attending the mass meetings and rallies at the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. She was among thousands of students hosed by firemen during the 1963 marches. She survived a second bomb explosion that destroyed a large portion of her home in 1964. An “authentic child of the movement”, Carolyn believes that God spared her life on September 15th, 1963, so that she could continue to live in service to others. She is now a citizen of the world, and an ordained itinerant messenger of the gospel.
Carolyn’s message is one of: