About Beth Withers Banning
Beth Withers Banning is an author and copywriter for Christian and secular publications. She graduated from Arlington Baptist College with a degree in Biblical Studies and earned a Master of Arts degree in Management and Leadership from Liberty University.
Ms. Withers Banning served as an Executive Coordinator for over 30 years with large corporations such as Xerox, Interstate Batteries, and AT&T Wireless. She was instrumental in creating and developing corporate correspondence, Executive scripts, and speeches.
Beth has traveled the world working with outreaches to the underprivileged. She lives in Carrollton, Texas near her daughter and grandchildren who are the light of her life. Beth is very active in her church, Northside Baptist where she has served as Ladies Ministry Leader for over 20 years.
In 1985 Beth lost a child, an experience that produced a manuscript, “When Mommies Cry,” detailing her journey. Joyce Landorf Heatherly gave a foreword stating, “Not too many of us who have gone through the loss of a loved one are able to articulate and record the devastation and at the same time reach and comfort the point of pain in another’s grief filled heart…Beth did it for me...”
Ms. Withers Banning has since published "A Life Worth Remembering" which is a historical account of her aunt's life during the women's suffrage movement in Texas. Her third book is “When the Glass Slipper Breaks” lending insights into dealing with broken relationships. Her latest book is a continuation of her “When” series titled “When Faith Fails – the Aftermath of Sexual Abuse.” She is currently working with three other authors on a book dealing with Alzheimer's and Dementia called, "Hell no, I don't remember. I have Alzheimer's!"
Ms. Withers Banning has also successfully produced Bible Studies including “Beauty for Ashes” and “Developing a Servant’s Heart” which she has taught and distributed throughout the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex.