I’ve always had this image of my soul as a piece of marble, hewn from the quarry of life. I came to God as a chunk of rock–dirty, marred and rough. It took a sculptor’s eye–God’s–to see the perfect soul within. He just had a little work to do to make my soul as round […]Continue Reading
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New York Times best-selling author Michelle Ule writes inspirational and historical fiction and is currently researching and writing a biography of Mrs. Oswald Chambers.
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June 1, 2016: 12 Brides of Summer releases in paperback. Preorder your copy here: http://amzn.to/24BEoOl!!
- Signed a contract for Mrs. Oswald Chambers with Baker Books to be released in Fall, 2017
Writing an essay for Our Utmost for His Highest: Personal Reflections on Oswald Chambers to be published by Discovery House in Fall, 2017
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