Friends! Have we ever got a double-header for you next Monday night, January 28th from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. You do not want to miss this! Grab several buddies and hustle over to Middletown United Methodist Church for what promises to be an eye-opening evening…
We will be discussing Michelle Ule’s fascinating non-fiction book, Mrs. Oswald Chambers: The Woman Behind the World’s Bestselling Devotional. While Michelle lives in California, she’s promised to send us a video sharing highlights and tidbits of Biddy’s life, how the book came to be, etc. This is very exciting and generous of Michelle to share her time with us.
I first learned of Michelle and her book via an Eric Metaxas interview (www.metaxastalk.com ). It was so compelling, I quickly ordered and devoured the book and have given several friends copies of it. It reads like a novel even tho’ it’s all true! (You may read more from my post about it from 12/13/17.)
Not only will we be blessed by words from Michelle Ule, we are also having a local author, Sherry Leavell, come and share snippets from her new and inspiring devotional, Grateful Living. You will also hear the uncanny story of how she came to write this lovely book. (Spoiler alert: Liz Curtis Higgs had something to do with it!)
Finally I’ll be sharing a couple of teasers from Michelle’s new novel, which has lovely appearances and pearls of their faith from Biddy and Oswald, called A Poppy in Remembrance. To read more about it, here’s the link from when I wrote about it: 10/24/18.
Believe me, this will be an exciting evening and your brain will be bursting forth with wisdom afresh, challenging you and your walk with the Lord.
Since Biddy served tea at a moment’s notice, we will also be serving tea Monday night and little snacks to go along with it. We may even have a wild card of some cake. Let’s just say I’m doing some “research.” Hey, someone’s gotta do it! Stay tuned…
We look forward to seeing you Monday night, January 28th, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Bring a car load of book buddies by all means! Please RSVP to Nancy Tinnell @ (502) 245-8839.
‘Til next time!