The Land of Broken Toys


I Am My Father’s Daughter


Emotional Vampires


At the Boardwalk


Wharf Rats


On the Cruelty of Atheists








4 thoughts on “Testimony”

  1. I don’t know if this is where you comment on your toys being buried but I am sorry. Your parents were extreme and that was cruel. Did you go dig them up? Were they cruel or just severely misguided? I know of people who confessed to be Christian doing equally as cruel things to their children and family under the guise of Christianity. Did your web site used to be called something else. ajc

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  2. Your blog is an absolute joy to read. You truly present what I feel is the reality of the Christian life, not a fictionalized idealistic version of it. For that I sincerely appreciate what you do! Keep being a modelof what it means to live the Christian life, not just a Christian lifestyle.

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  3. May God richly bless you in all your work for Him.


  4. Oh, IB, your stories are so touching! I absolutely love your blog. You bring beauty and clarity (and humor) in everything you write. You give me hope that God can take all the crazy seemingly unrelated disjointed events of my life and weave them into a beautiful tapestry.

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