This was the powerpoint that played at our Giesbrecht/Turner Open House Wedding Reception on 4/26. Turn up your volume so you can hear the background song, “Ten Thousand Reasons (Bless the Lord),” was the one I walked down the aisle
“Not to us, O Lord, not to us but to your name be the glory, because of your love and faithfulness.” Psalm 115:1–2
Thank you for your prayers and wedding wishes. I am now a married woman! Yes, it
I’M GETTING MARRIED TO JIM! CAN HARDLY STAND IT! How I wish each of you could be with us to share in the joy of our wedding day. God has truly “turned my mourning into dancing” (Psalm
“No one is more surprised than I am,” I said to a good friend as she congratulated Jim and me on our recent engagement. I am amazed, stunned, and, of course, excited. Jim and I have watched God’s hand
All of us want a story that begins “once upon a time . . .” and ends ” . . . and they lived happily ever after.” The day the tragic motorcycle accident tore my late husband’s, Pastor Paul’s, physical
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The second thing I did as a single parent was: remind myself of my identity in Christ.
There’s a big difference between who you are in yourself and who you are
October 17, 2009, I became a single parent. My husband of 28 years, Pastor Paul Giesbrecht, was killed in a tragic motorcycle accident. From the horrible day he died, I was forced to make all major decisions for my