Monthly Archives: October 2007

Fortune Cookie Theology about Faith

My husband Gordon and I were eating at a cafeteria style Chinese restaurant.  I opened my fortune cookie and here’s what it said, “Faith is personal, but never private.” It sounded much more profound than I could figure out there over … Continue reading

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Meeting Catherine Marshall

In a previous post I mentioned that in 1980 I was chosen to attend the Guideposts Writer’s Workshop in Rye, NY where I was priviledged to meet Catherine Marshall.  When I learned that Catherine (that’s what the editors fondly called her) would … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Sherrill’s Encouraging Words about Depression

On my last blog I talked about Elizabeth Sherrill’s incredible new book All the Way to Heaven.  One subject that she deals with in the book is her lifelong dealings with depression.  One day a friend had emailed me how worried … Continue reading

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All The Way To Heaven by Elizabeth Sherrill

I first met Elizabeth Sherrill in 1980 when I was chosen to attend the Guideposts Writers Workshop in Rye, New York.  Elizabeth and her husband, John are incredible speakers and teachers who taught us how to write a Guideposts story and also … Continue reading

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