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You are hereby notified that you are strictly prohibited from disclosing, copying, distributing, disseminating, or taking any other action against me with regard to the contents herein. The foregoing prohibitions also apply to your employee, agent, student or any personnel under your direction or control.

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Hello, I’m Laura.  Middle-aged Christian wife of one sweet husband.  I have two grown daughters, one of whom is married.  We homeschooled both all the way through.  I also have a step daughter who is married and has two children.  I work part-time from my home, and enjoy ministries of teaching, typing, and cooking.  We have a dog and a cat.  Don’t forget occasionally to click “Random Post.”  Thanks for reading!

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MY TESTIMONY (In One Minute)

I’m in my 50s, and have believed in Christ as my Savior for 30 years.

Growing up, I did not know anything of God’s Word.  In my mid-20’s, I ran into a high school friend who mentioned a Bible study; I asked if I could go.  Over the ensuing weeks, I actually became irritated that I did not pick up things the way others in the study did.  So, on the bus to work I began reading my tiny Gideons Bible, focusing on the book of Hebrews.

God used this daily reading, that weekly Bible study, and Sunday sermons.  Through all this, my eyes were opened to God and my desperate need for Christ.  As God would have it, my stubborn heart first became convicted of sin after nine months of this—all alone in my apartment with a television evangelist. That night, I asked God to forgive me and save me through His Son.  The next morning was Sunday; I was bubblin’.

Right away, I took a meeting with my fiance and another friend.  I announced radical changes that I would be making (I would learn later, this was only the beginning).  I was baptized, and began to testify among my friends and relatives of my repentance and faith.

My first years in the Lord involved a combination of rejoicing and tumult.  I am thankful that God placed me into deeper Bible studies.  By God’s grace, I was able to persevere in marriage and child rearing, all while still growing up myself!  I am thankful that today my entire family is walking in faith.  And every year, each of us sees more of how God is faithful to continue His work in us.

Well, that’s a minute.  Time’s up.  John 21:25 ~ And there are also many other things which Jesus did, which if they were written in detail, I suppose that even the world itself would not contain the books that would be written.



5 Responses to About

  1. Lily says:

    Oh, I didn’t see this before. I like it.

  2. Emily says:

    Better change it–you have a doggie now!

  3. Naphtali says:

    Greetings from my place Mrs. Laura! I am here to announce your nomination by me for the Just Kidding Award! You will see as you visit my blog you are in very famous company! Please come by to get it!


  4. That is strange! I recommended you to Naphtali this afternoon. She had already beat me to you.
    Now what was that big word you used in ‘Privacy Warning’? Something about dis-assembling, or something like that.

    • elsiephoebe says:

      I added this jargon awhile back when people I knew were being hassled. ….. You may be referring to the word “disseminating”: it basically means broad distribution. 🙂

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