Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Another Step: Exemplify Online

Today is an exciting day for me.  I've been published in Exemplify's online magazine.  It is a wonderful magazine, with beautiful layouts and important words that always bring light to my soul.  I have many bloggy friends that are featured in it as well.

So, if you have a few minutes, click on the link here.  It will bring up the whole magazine and my article, called "Renewed Death After Life," begins on page 24.  It is about what I learned from my grandmother as I watched her die from cancer -- things that I had really known all along, but was just a bit too busy to pay attention.
So, sweet Grannie, I know you are bursting with pride in Heaven.  This one is for you.

9 comments :

  1. Hi Jen, I saw you on SITS and had to stop by. We have a neighbor by the same name as you and I did a double take when I saw your name.

    Congratulations on having your article published. I will eventually read it. I don't know if emotionally I can do that right now. My brother is dying of cancer and it might be too much, I think that it might be something that gives me comfort in the days after he passes. Does that make any sense?

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  2. She looks like a sweet, sweet woman. I'm off to see your article!

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  3. Absolutely beautiful article. Your grandmother was an amazing woman of God. When she told you "you are enough" I teared up. I want to give that kind of grace to those around me. Resentment builds in me too, and this is being added to my list of things to turn over God, again and again.

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  4. What a testimony to Grannie to see all that the Lord is teaching you. Congratulations on being published and thanks for your willingness to share what God is doing in your life.

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  5. As I flipped through the new issue last night I was THRILLED to see you were a feature writer for the month. YAY!

    I cannot wait to take some time tomorrow to read through the whole thing...especially your article.

    <3

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  6. Congratulations -- wonderful! And now I see why you left the comment, regarding my post about grief, saying that you understand completely. I see why. And I am sorry for the loss of your dear grandmother.

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  7. Jen, I LOVE the article about your sweet grandmother! It's an inspiration that I will bookmark and read again. Well done!

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  8. Well, it is no surprise that your article was published. You are a fantastic writer. What a lovely article for a lovely publication. Kudos to you! Blessings abundant!

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