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Marcella Franseen 300x300 NS Marcella Franseen has served as a pro-life center volunteer, Center Director, and currently as a facilitator for a post-abortion Bible study called “Forgiven and Set Free.”She’s passionate about the sanctity of life from conception to the grave and equally as passionate about the grace of God, through Jesus Christ, for those who have chosen abortion or are involved in the industry. Read Marcella’s articles here.
Mark Grant 300x300 NS Mark Grant was raised in Columbus, Ohio and attended Ohio State University. He married Lesa as he finished his Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. He then went to Los Angeles to work in the Aerospace Industry.After 5 years of a difficult marriage, he and Lesa accepted Christ and began a new journey. Shortly thereafter, they moved to Portland, Oregon and were blessed with a daughter. Work brought him to New Jersey 9 years ago, living just outside Philadelphia. He currently works for the Navy as a civilian engineer. Read Mark’s articles here.
Rick Thomas 300x300 NS Rick Thomas has been training and counseling in the Upstate of South Carolina since 1997. After several years as a counselor and pastor he founded and launched his own training organization to assist Christians in a better understanding and practice of discipleship.Today his organization represents clients all over the world through his consulting, training, blogging, and coaching. Rick archives all of his articles on the Member Site. You can read 1000 of them, plus many other benefits. Learn more. Read Rick’s articles here.
Amy Timco 300x300 NS Amy Timco is a committed Christian, voracious reader, incorrigible booksale shopper, and happy wife. She is also a freelance editor and copywriter specializing in marketing communications. She says, “Most of my books are secondhand, discovered joyously at library booksales and thrift stores.I wonder what their histories are, if these books were happy with their former owners before they ended up in a cardboard box at the mercy of strangers. I adopt them and love them. My library is like me. It is always growing and changing. It is sometimes untidy, spilling off the shelves and onto the floor. My bookshelves runneth

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