Christian Women Navigating Midlife with Purpose and Grace
August 2020- UPDATE: We are excited to announce that we have a new blog- The Beauty of Autumn, in which many of the past essays and poetry will be posted in the future. Please join us there and on our Facebook page.
Also, if any of you have not cashed your refund check, please know that we needed to close our bank account (checks are only good for 6 months and we were accruing monthly charges even though we are no longer in business). If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
February 2020- Dear Friends, due to a recent change in our family and increased caregiving responsibilities,
we have made the difficult decision to end this chapter of Oh Wondrous Grace.
We appreciate you all so much and are so grateful for this journey that we've taken together
this last year. This entire project has meant so much to me and I will forever be grateful.
In faithful stewardship of God's grace,
Welcome Letter From the Editor, read by Sue Donaldson from Welcome Heart
"I love this magazine more like a personal journal of many writers sharing stories, poems, drawings, etc. I love it!!! It has encouraged me, blessed me, and prompted me to write scriptures and more in my own journal. It has motivated me to write poems and prayers. I am thankful for this sweet blessing. I feel a personal connection to the authors as I hear their hearts and their love for my Savior Jesus. Thank you so much." -Oh Wondrous Grace Reader
"I have just received my first copy of Oh Wondrous Grace... It is absolutely beautiful to behold! The Lord has guided you beautifully as you've sought and followed Him with this meaningful outreach and means of encouragement."
-Oh Wondrous Grace Reader
"It. Is. Gorgeous! I'm super impressed with the quality." -Oh Wondrous Grace Reader
Oh Wondrous Grace Weekly encourages women in midlife to use the gifts they have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God's grace (based on 1 Peter 4:10). Our goal is to help women stop worrying if it's too late, and instead get excited about living their best Christian life from a more mature, wise and experienced place.