I love Jesus. I am an avid reader and student of God's word.
I wear many titles: daughter, sister, wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother and others by those I love. My favorite title of all is, "Daughter of the King."
I love to watch growing things. My favorites are children growing in stature and favor with God and man, and people who are maturing in their faith walk with Christ.
When my husband was seven he told his mother he was going to marry me. He did. We have been married 38 years.
We have six children: five daughters and one son. The addition of five son-in-laws, in time, gave us 22 grandchildren. We are blessed.
When we were in our early 40's my husband came to me and said he thought we should move to the Mexican border and work as missionaries in Mexico. We did. That was 18 years ago.
I like to affectionately call that his, "mid-life crisis." We work in the state of Coahuila along the north border and the Rio Grande. Planting churches, teaching and training people to love Jesus and grow up into serving others in his name is what we do there.
My preacher dad has told me since I was young I was always bringing home the bird with the broken wing. That's not exactly true but I do have a heart for people that are hurting.
I recently completed educational training as a Christian Life Coach. My desire with that ministry is to help women struggling with areas of their life, woman that feel they are stuck but want to move forward in their relationships, or their own spiritual growth, get to a more satisfying abundant place.
Finding Fatihwriters was a blessing. As I explored the site I saw so many opportunities for someone inexperienced in writing to hone their writing skills. The encouragement and critique given by writing peers and experts will guide many of us in being able to use the power of words most aptly when applying God's truth in our writings.
Feel free to comment or make suggestions. A critique of my articles and writings would be most welcomed.
Coach Linda Berg Website
Blog - At the End of the Sceptre
21 Things to Pray for your Grandchildren
The Imperfect Parent
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