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Author, Susan Darst Williams

Short but sweet
STORIES
of God in our lives!

Author, Susan Darst Williams

Short but sweet

STORIES

of God in our lives!

Short but sweet

STORIES

of God in our lives!

CHRISTIAN STORYTELLING AT ITS BEST!

 

Want to get to know God? Read stories about Him!

Think of your best friend. Don't you know a lot of stories about that person? Triumphs, tragedies, adventures . . . well, it's the same way with God.

This book of 100 true stories will show you how He interacts with us in every way. Each is tied to a Bible verse. The Good Book applies in all situations!

You'll smile, you'll get tingles, you may tear up, you may bow your head in wonder — and you'll probably want to share this book with everyone you know who needs Him. Which is . . . everybody you know!

CHRISTIAN STORYTELLING AT ITS BEST!

Want to get to know God? Read stories about Him!

Think of your best friend. Don't you know a lot of stories about that person? Triumphs, tragedies, adventures . . . well, it's the same way with God.

This book of 100 true stories will show you how He interacts with us every day, in every way. Each is tied to a Bible verse. The Good Book applies in all situations!

You'll smile, you'll get tingles, you may tear up, you may bow your head in wonder at our mighty amazing God — and you'll probably want to share this book with everyone you know who needs Him. Which is . . . everybody you know!

CHRISTIAN STORYTELLING AT ITS BEST!

Want to get to know God? Read stories about Him!

Think of your best friend. Don't you know a lot of stories about that person? Triumphs, tragedies, adventures . . . well, it's the same way with God.

This book of 100 true stories will show you how He interacts with us every day, in every way. Each is tied to a Bible verse. The Good Book applies in all situations!

You'll smile, you'll get tingles, you may tear up, you may bow your head in wonder at our mighty amazing God — and you'll probably want to share this book with everyone you know who needs Him. Which is . . . everybody you know!

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The Rioters and Grandpa’s Business

My grandfather had a business in North Omaha, where in the 1960s one summer there were some very destructive civil rights race riots.

In the wake of the looting and rioting going on in Minneapolis and around the country to protest the outrageous, tragic killing of a black man, George Floyd, by a white police officer, my sister told me something that made me proud and yet at the same time very sad:

On the worst night of those riots in the ‘60s in Omaha, the business across the street from Grandpa’s was fire-bombed and destroyed. The business to the north of his was destroyed.…

Keeping Up With the Joneses

I got to babysit our two granddaughters this evening. It was one of those great neighborhood nights where all the kids had most of their toys out on their driveways. The kids would stroll over to each other’s houses to try each other’s toys. It was like a progressive dinner for the pint-sized set.

Most of the toys in our granddaughters’ driveway were pink – pink bike helmets, pink bike, pink squishy toys, etc. But we wandered next door, home of several boys of all ages. Everything was dark blue, bright red, lime green, and very macho looking.

The Good Thing About Rain

Everybody has been grumbling about all the rain we’ve been having. It has been gray and gloomy all week. My sister even made a big batch of pea soup, inspired by what she saw out her window.

But what WE see out our front door is a family of four baby birdies in a nest over the front stoop. For them, the rainy spell has been perfect timing. The mother robin isn’t gone long at all before she returns with fat, juicy worms, brought to the surface by the same rain that the rest of us are grumbling about.

The Rioters and Grandpa’s Business

My grandfather had a business in North Omaha, where in the 1960s one summer there were some very destructive civil rights race riots.

In the wake of the looting and rioting going on in Minneapolis and around the country to protest the outrageous, tragic killing of a black man, George Floyd, by a white police officer, my sister told me something that made me proud and yet at the same time very sad:

On the worst night of those riots in the ‘60s in Omaha, the business across the street from Grandpa’s was fire-bombed and destroyed.

Keeping Up With the Joneses

I got to babysit our two granddaughters this evening. It was one of those great neighborhood nights where all the kids had most of their toys out on their driveways. The kids would stroll over to each other’s houses to try each other’s toys. It was like a progressive dinner for the pint-sized set.

Most of the toys in our granddaughters’ driveway were pink – pink bike helmets, pink bike, pink squishy toys, etc. But we wandered next door, home of several boys of all ages. Everything was dark blue, bright red, lime green, and very macho looking.

The Good Thing About Rain

Everybody has been grumbling about all the rain we’ve been having. It has been gray and gloomy all week. My sister even made a big batch of pea soup, inspired by what she saw out her window.

But what WE see out our front door is a family of four baby birdies in a nest over the front stoop. For them, the rainy spell has been perfect timing. The mother robin isn’t gone long at all before she returns with fat, juicy worms, brought to the surface by the same rain that the rest of us are grumbling about.

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The Radiant Beams collection of stories is a fund-raiser for my favorite charity, Rejuvenating Women. They help human trafficking survivors heal and thrive. Their dedication and effectiveness are amazing!

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Just order a book and we'll do the rest. But there's more: you are welcome to read the 100 additional stories posted below for free. But if you like them, I ask you to consider also making a direct donation of any size to Rejuvenating Women. You can read more about all their great services here. To donate, please visit the Rejuvinating Women website and choose the Radiant Beams campaign. THANK YOU!!!

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