Myrna is an author who desires to use her gifts to glorify God. She shares short stories about faith in the Holy Trinity- The Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, her childhood, family history and genealogy, the genetic heart defect LongQT, the condition of Tinnitus, musings about life, motherless daughters, and more. Myrna is a wife, mother, sister, aunt, cousin, and friend.
In the Bible there are several places where it speaks of God writing on “The tablets of our hearts”. Two of them are in 2 Cor. 3:2-3, and in Prov. 3:3. Please sign up with your email, so you can receive each post that is written. Please also share your stories of faith and life. We are to be letters for Christ, written not just on tablets, but on human hearts.
Myrna can often be found boating in and near Lake Michigan, with her husband. She enjoys reading, writing, attending writing and bible conferences, praying for you, scrap-booking, taking pictures, and spending time with her two sons. She also enjoys singing and helping where she can at her church, and volunteering for Hospice, where she conducts “Life Review” interviews and vigils.
There are several ideas floating around about possible books about her ancestors who came across on a ship from the Netherlands. She’s also very interested in bringing hope to those who have lost their mothers, by writing on that topic. She’s in the process of interviewing women of faith and hope. We’ll see what God works out as far as books, articles, devotionals or short stories. Besides manuscript writing, she is writing stories on her blog, and short devotionals for publication in Words of Hope, which is a world-wide devotional booklet and can also be read online.
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Ways to contact Myrna: By email at email@example.com; Twitter @MyrnaFolkert; the Facebook Author page, “Tablet of your Heart;” Facebook page “Myrna Folkert;” or comment here on the blog. Thank you!