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Rosie Jensing is an author and blogger at Forgiven Much, Loves Much.  Her adventures in writing began when she wrote short stories to accompany the designs for her inspirational jewelry line.  When she saw the connection that women were having with her writing, she was motivated to write more.  Her writing became an outlet of communication, where she can share from the deepest parts of her heart, even the places that she would rather leave untouched.

 

“You see, it’s easy for me to try and lead you with false illusions of how perfect I am and how I have it all together; I don’t.  My goal is that as I write out of my failures, it provides an opportunity for you to avoid the same things that have tripped me up.  If you, like me, have already stumbled and failed at something in life, I pray you find hope in the glimpses of Jesus I hope to show you throughout my writing.”

 

cropped-DSC_6748-Edit-wRosie is most encouraged when she sees someone impacted by what she writes.  “It confirms to me that I am doing what God has called me to do.”  She also sees the example she is setting for her two daughters.  “If they see me using my talents for God and His people, then so will they,” she says.

 

Rosie’s vision for her writing is to remind women of who they are in Christ.  She is the writer of Refined in the Flame, a personal growth work, detailing her “one-on-one emotionally healing encounters with God, whose fully engaged presence and life-giving revelation gave me long-awaited peace and recovery from my struggles with disorder and dysfuntion.”

 

Rosie’s Advice For You

“Do what you do unto God, not man, and seek to please Him.  If you write, write to please God, not man.  If you sing, sing for the Lord, not man.

Don’t let anything stop you from accomplishing what God has called you to do on this earth.”

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ministry spotlightKristen Entwistle is the blog manager for Broken Beautiful BOLD and is a graduate student pursuing her PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology at Michigan State University. She helps to lead worship at her church on Sunday mornings and leads a women’s Bible study on Saturday mornings. She was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis when she was three months old, and has seen God work through the ups and downs of life and through her disease. In response to God’s calling, Kristen started All For Him, a ministry seeking to encourage and challenge women of all ages in Christ with FREE Bible studies offered throughout the year.
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Website: allforhimlife.com