All posts tagged Mrs. Oswald Chambers

On Being Biddy Chambers’ Biographer

I’m a biographer. Such a strange word and one I wasn’t expecting and yet, I like it. It took me a long time, as my friend Wendy said, “to own the title biographer.” As far as I was concerned, I was telling a story. It just happened to be about Biddy Chambers. Circumstances surprised me […]

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2017 with Oswald and Biddy Chambers

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As many of you know, I’ve spent 18 months writing a biography of Biddy, Mrs. Oswald Chambers. I loved the entire experience of researching and writing about the life of an amazing woman who lived in extraordinary times. Mrs. Oswald Chambers releases in October, 2017–the month before the 100th anniversary of Oswald Chambers’ death. I’ve also […]

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A Writer’s Emotions and The End

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When I typed The End last night, I began to shake. Finished, done, completed–at least the rough draft. I sat back in my computer chair, put my hands to my face and sobbed. While a writer is like God as she writes her book, plans her story, incorporates facts and hunts for words, this writer […]

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The Unexpected Expert

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Have you ever unwittingly discovered yourself an expert? My friend Shirley was having one of those crazy days. She’d worked a long shift at the hospital, needed to stop at Walmart, the post office, the grocery store and the gas station before winding up the hillside to her home on a hot day. She was […]

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Why Did God Let Oswald Chambers Die So Young?

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A reader voiced a concern over my recent post about Oswald Chambers‘ death. Oswald Chambers might not have died if he had sought immediate medical attention when he began having abdominal pain. He went all noble and refused to take up a bed that might be needed by a wounded soldier. By the time he […]

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