Let Me Tell You a Story with Steve and Becky Lyles

Female writers across the country treat our listeners to Christmas stories, thoughts and poetry on this segment of Let Me Tell You a Story. Patricia Watkins shares a Christmas dinner story from the perspective of a fork, Vera Anderson offers a wintry poem, Patricia Diehl imagines the challenges Mary faced when she learned she was to be the Messiah’s mother, Kristine McCord surprises us with her Santa fable introduction, and Lisa Buffaloe reminds us to appreciate God’s gifts. Plus, Steve reads the conclusion to "Winds of Wyoming," chapter five.

Lisa Buffaloe: http://lisabuffaloe.com/

Patricia Diehl: http://pat-mylearningcurve.blogspot.com/

Kristine McCord: http://www.kristinemccord.com/

Direct download: 31_Let_Me_Tell_You_a_Story_2.mp3
Category:Literature -- posted at: 1:33pm EDT

Due to travel and technical issues, we didn't podcast for several weeks. But we’re back at it with a unique episode featuring John Huddle, author of a recently released book titled “Locked In: My Imprisoned Years in a Destructive Cult.” Steve and I have a special interest in John’s story because we have loved ones in the same group.

John Huddle’s Religious Cult Info blog: http://www.religiouscultsinfo.com/

View “Locked In” on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/oho7rke

Helpful resource: https://www.freedomofmind.com/

Survivor support: http://wellspringretreat.org/

Direct download: 30_Let_Me_Tell_You_a_Story.mp3
Category:Literature -- posted at: 12:29pm EDT