If you type ‘what is love?’ in a search engine, you are likely going to get more than 10 million results. Yet, all those articles combined barely scratch the surface of this wonderfully complicated four-letter word. We have an intrinsic need to love and be loved; yet, it is never as easy at it seems. Karen Woodard from FamilyLife Canada explains her struggles with this basic human need. In fact, sometimes it is those who are closest to us that are hardest to love. Karen shares her struggles with giving and accepting love, and how she discovered a Love that goes beyond all her expectations.

[tweetthis]We have an intrinsic need for love; yet, it is never as easy at it seems.[/tweetthis]

Written by Karen Woodard

Karen Woodard

Karen is a small town girl from Michigan. After finishing an education degree in 1977, she married Mike in 1978. She joined Mike in Edmonton, AB where they served with a university student ministry for 11 years. Their son and 3 daughters were born in rapid succession.

They currently live in Abbotsford, BC. Their family has expanded to include 3 sons-in-law and two grandsons. Karen and Mike currently serve with FamilyLife Canada. Karen finished her MA degree at Trinity Western University, ACTS Seminary.