On the Way to the Party:
101 Inspirations to Get You There
Ruby (Heppner) Wiebe
When life happens, we all need a little pick-me-up from time to time. This book will remind you that there is a silver lining in every cloud … if you look for it. In fact, sometimes the entire cloud is covered in silver and bling!
Some of the short stories will produce a smile and a chuckle, like the conversation I had with my two-year-old grandson as he was trying to figure out if Grandma was an idiot or not! They may also incite a tear or two—perhaps when reading about the house guest who broke my heart when I realized the deprivation he must have suffered while in a cult. His excitement over bologna sandwiches just may melt your heart!
Experience with me the warmth of family as the young 'uns steal the show. Be encouraged to take up the childish task of tattling again, but this time with a twist. Let’s learn how to focus on the good we see in others and talk about that!
Enjoy these snack-size portions served up to lift your soul as you make your way to the ultimate celebration, a.k.a the “party!”
"Ruby is a talented writer with wonderful instincts and interpretations. Her work is a fine read with amazing memories. I pray that this book will be a blessing and inspiration to everyone who reads it."
—Pastor Don Haywood, Living Waters Victory Church
"An insightful way of looking at everyday events and activities in God’s creation and turning them into powerful life lessons. Ruby encourages readers to let go of the struggles and storms of life and allow them to become the motivation to overcome obstacles and setbacks, turning them into opportunities for spiritual growth. Very inspiring and well written."
—Dr. Ron Leech, Honorary Apostolic Leader of Ministers Fellowship International
Softcover Trim Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Page Count: 232
About the Author:
Ruby (Heppner) Wiebe is a retired homemaker with a passion to support and encourage everyone she meets. Her greatest joys include spending time with her children and grandchildren, as well as hosting extended family and friends in her home. She and her husband, Larry, live in Calgary, Alberta.