Born and raised in North Texas, Elle Kavanah brings an authentic voice to this captivating tale of life and love in the Lone Star State. Spanning nearly two decades, and set in the quintessential North Texas landscape, including the sprawling cities of Dallas and Fort Worth with several small country towns in between, Kavanah’s debut explores the triumphs and burdens of love, the church, and space in between. Written with raw emotion and brutal honesty, Trapped In Carnality takes you into the heart and home life of a girl who has lost her way and has a long, hard fight to get back home.
Living in a North Texas Suburb, Elle spends her time as a wife, mother, Bible teacher, and community volunteer.
Elle’s goal in blogging is to explore the meaning of Christianity in every area of life. What does it mean to be a Christian? How does a Christian respond in a Biblical way to the world in which she lives? What does God expect of me? What is my purpose? How can I better represent the God who saved me?
Years ago the Lord began speaking to Elle through dreams and in visions. On March 18, 2017, the Lord spoke to Elle and told her, “It is a gift to fit the pieces together. You have the gift of prophecy.” Before fully understanding the meaning of this calling, the Lord began increasing her dreams and visions. When Elle asked the Lord what does a prophet do, the Holy Spirit answered, “The times determine the prophet. The prophet speaks the words of God. God moves the mouth of the prophet as he wishes.” In 2020, the Lord instructed Elle to began sharing some of these dreams with you.
“For we see in part, we prophecy in part.”
1 Corinthians 13:9
For more information on Elle’s story, see Prophecy, Dreams, and Visions
For Prophetic writings, go to Faith Like Daniel
QUOTES TO LIVE BY
If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write.Martin Luther
If you wanted me to write more favorably about you in my book, you should have behaved better in life.Ann Lamont
All that is gold does not glitter, not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither. Deep roots are not reached by the frost.J.R.R. Tolkien