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Not the End of the Road... Just a 90-Degree Turn

September 25, 2015 by Jeanine Bly in Life Change
Tags: adult children, divorce, journey
Not the End of the Road... Just a 90-Degree Turn

Not the End of the Road... Just a 90-Degree Turn  by Jeanine Bly   Although I am a writer, when it comes to being published, I am far more comfortable as an editor and reviewer. I feel blessed reading and preparing other people’s stories and experiences for publication, for readers to be touched and impacted by. Certainly, my own story would not be as interesting, or impactful, or able to be used by God to bless other women as other people’s stories do. My journey...

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Kingdom Come: To Prison

January 11, 2015 by Jeanine Bly in Serving
Tags: kingdom come, ministry, prison, serving, women
Kingdom Come: To Prison

Kingdom Come: To Prison Bringing His Light Into a Dark World “Kingdom Come” — our 2014 Harvestfest theme — is a phrase, a concept and a prayer that has been studied, prayed about and taken on deep meaning to the Elmbrook family over the past several months. Helping to have the kingdom come to what can be a dark place is the prayer and goal of a small group from Elmbrook Church who weekly take the study of God’s Word inside the Robert E. Ellsworth Correction...

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