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About the Author
Marjorie L. Kimbrough is the author of She Is Worthy, Stories Between the Testaments, Coffee Break Devotions, Coffee Breaks of Faith, Accept No Limitations, and Strong in Heart. Formerly Georgia’s non-fiction author of the year, Kimbrough was an instructor of philosophy and religion at Clark University and Christian Education instructor at the Interdenominational Theological Center, both in Atlanta. Marjorie Kimbrough lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
Barbara Younger is the author of Purple Mountain Majesties, a children's picture book, and the coauthor of six books, including Hooray for Children's Church and Creative Ways to Offer Praise. She lives in Hillsborough, North Carolina.
She is a f ormer school librarian and together with Lisa Flinn are the author s of a number of books, including Sing It, Say It, Make It, Pray It and Other Ways to Write God's Word on Your Heart.
Anne Crumpler comes from a long line of preachers, teachers, and writers; she learned Theology, Bible, and English grammar over the dinner table. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Chatham College and a Master of Religious Education from St. Meinrad School of Theology.
Anne has been an assistant editor in the Department of Youth Publications, the United Methodist Publishing House, and is presently a freelance writer and editor.
Anne is a contract editor for The Upper Room Daily Devotional Guide and for Devo’Zine. She has written bible lessons for Mature Years and Daily Bible Studies, commentary for The New International Lesson Annual, articles for Devo’Zine and Alive Now, devotions for The Upper Room Disciplines and 365 Meditations for Families, sermon helps for What Difference Would It Make? (a program of The Upper Room), and study guides for Lent offered on-line by The Upper Room. She co-authored On This Rock for Abingdon.
Anne lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband, David. They have two spectacular children, Rachel and Benjamin.
John O. Gooch, a retired United Methodist pastor, has served churches ranging in size from 15 to 1100. He is a freelance writer and a former editor of curriculum resources at the United Methodist Publishing House. He earned a B.A. in history, the M. Div. and a Ph.D. in Historical Theology from St. Louis University. and has taught classes at St. Louis University, Eden Theological Seminary, St. Paul School of Theology, and Perkins School of Youth Ministry. He wrote Being a Christian in the Wesleyan Tradition, John Wesley for the 21st Century, and Claiming the Name: A Theological and Practical Overview of Confirmation and he is a frequent writer of articles and curriculum resources. He and his wife Beth live in Lee's Summit, Missouri.
Robert H. Lauer, Ph.D. and his wife are the authors of more than 20 books on family relations and intimacy, including Becoming Family, The Ties That Bind, No Secrets, Watersheds: Mastering Life's Unpredictable Crises, and 'Til Death Do Us Part. In addition, they have published hundreds of articles in professional journals and such popular publications as Family Weekly, Ladies' Home Journal, Reader's Digest, and Marriage Partnership. He is a member of the American Sociological Association, National Council on Family Relations, and Association for Couples in Marriage Enrichment.
2001 KEL GROSECLOSE is Minister of Congregational Care, First United Methodist Church, Wenatchee, Washington.