A native of Long Island, New York, Kate Silvas is a graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, where she earned her BA in Communications and a MS in Urban Administration.
Originally an aspiring journalist, Kate has spent the last two decades serving in a number of different roles in economic development and public administration in South Texas. An accomplished writer and speaker, Kate has served as a Christian missionary to Russia and Belarus, working with orphans in summer camps.
An adoptee herself, Kate and her husband, Emilio, adopted three foster children in 2009. They live in Converse, Texas.
About You Are Not Alone:
You Are Not Alone is a book of hope and contains a series of meditations based on scripture that were written for parents of kids with Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD).
Based on experiences of her own, the author wrote the book as a way of healing and offering hope to those who find themselves in a uniquely difficult relationship. While intended for that specific audience, the message in You Are Not Alone is also useful for all who find themselves in difficult relationships.
This book is not a self-help book. It instead points the reader to seeking help from God — the most reliable healer in the Universe.