A Gradual Disappearance, The Journey - Elizabeth presents her story of he in-laws and her parents memory disease using stories from all four experiences she imparts what she has learned, hoping to help others taking the same journey.
The Dangers of Denial - One of the biggest obstacles in getting proper care for memory patients is denial on the part of their families. Elizabeth explores what that looks like and how to avoid it.
The Fruit of the Spirit - A three part presentation which looks at the Fruit of The Spirit as shown forth in the lives of women, both today and in the Bible. The first hour presentation explains how fruit is produced in our lives.
Psalms of Refreshment - This two part presentation explores Psalm 45, 23 and 27. Three Psalms that uplift and support our souls.
Born in Iowa in the 1950’s, Elizabeth grew up surrounded by a loving and supportive family. Her father was a forest geneticist who taught and did research at Iowa State University. Her mother was a clothes designer, dress maker and housewife. Not unlike Luke, the main character of her first book, Leave It With Him, Elizabeth moved to the beautiful and lush Olympia, Washington area during her childhood. Living on the water, she developed a love for God’s awesome creation. At age 16, she came to know Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior. Her salvation and personal relationship with Jesus Christ changed her life from a painfully shy bookworm to a more out-going and confident teenager. She moved forward to college, marriage, motherhood, and a career in interior design.
Elizabeth earned her Interior Design degree from Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. It was there she met her husband, Stan, who has pursued his career in Architecture. Elizabeth has been active in the interior design field as owner of her own business.
With the backdrop of the luscious green forests, sparkling blue water, and majestic mountain peaks of the Pacific Northwest, Elizabeth and Stan raised their three daughters. Church, boating, skiing, swimming, walking, family outings and extended trips became the focus of their lives. It was during their family times together that Elizabeth and Stan taught their daughters principles from God’s Word. These principles often took the form of stories their daughters could relate to in order to help them understand life and how to deal with peer pressure, temptations, and romantic interests from a divine point-of-view.
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