Upon receiving her master’s degree as a nurse practitioner, she began her profession as a women’s health care provider and continues to specialize in high risk obstetrics as well as gynecology. While enjoying a blessed career serving in her community, Autumn continues to serve as a teacher for the children’s Sunday school class, sings on the church praise team, and operates the church’s social media account—and participates on the church’s notorious Type A committee.
Autumn enjoys cooking with her daughter and vacationing in between her husband’s coaching seasons. She has never missed an episode of Fixer Upper, and she is always searching for new recipes on Pinterest. She and her family also enjoy cheering from the stands at various high school and college sporting events.
Be sure to look for her second book—Type A Christian: Restoring Our Fruit, where Autumn will discuss various obstacles in having a Type A personality within our Christian lives. She will teach you how to overcome these obstacles by transforming and restoring each of the nine attributes of the fruit with the help of the Holy Spirit.
Type A Christian: Transforming Personality Traits into Fruitful Growth
In Type A Christian: Transforming Personality Traits into Fruitful Growth, Autumn Hoover sets out to answer these questions and to guide us in identifying positive and negative personality traits in order to fulfill our roles as followers of Christ.
Type A Christian is a unique self-examination that introduces us to various personality types and behaviors and then provides us with a one-of-a-kind personality quiz to help assess our own common behaviors and Christian conduct. Here, Autumn combines her 17 years of experience helping people as a healthcare provider with her passion for personality examination and knowledge of Scripture to help us identify which traits need to be improved and which ones need to be transformed altogether.
Using insightful examinations of Scripture, personality traits, and behaviors, Autumn walks us through an honest look at whether or not our behaviors coincide with the fruit of the Spirit. Each chapter in this book reveals valuable information that will impact our walk with Christ and the furthering of His Kingdom.
God made us all unique and granted us with varying personalities to fulfill His purpose. Learning which traits to grow and which to prune can benefit both the church and the world in utilizing our best attributes and spreading the Gospel.