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Katherine is the (in)courage Product Designer. She loves finding new ways to be creative in life. A native Kansan, she finds God in the beauty of the Flint Hills and open fields.

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  1. Last year, it was my first in(RL) conference. I was very intimidated after registering. However, I invitred friends to my home in the two days, and this gave birth to a monthly fellowship group. We share the reading of Bible stories, books, and the blogs. The Seven by Jen Hatmaker promoted a revolution in my personal life and a support guideline for the enormous chsnge God is making. Right now, my household lives the purge and I’m getting ready for the next step.

    By faith, I worked in each room of my house taking away what death and separation had already determined to not belomgimg in my home. Bags full of clothing, shoes, cosmetics, books, dishes, pots, toys, games, pots , and stuff have a way out to Rags and Riches, a Christian thrift story in town.

    This Friday we will celebrate a surprising little party to one of our ladies with recipes by Shauna Niequist. Bread and Wine and Seven inspired the name to my small group, 7 Course Meal with Him. It’s a simple gathering but I love to see what God has done,

    • I meant to say, we will celebrate the birthday of one of the ladies in a little surprising party.

  2. You are a blessed person to be able to work from home and have a job that you enjoy doing.

    Sending note cards to friends and family is important. Keeping in touch with the community you built is hard, but a good thing-we all need friends. Good friends are hard to come by.

    Glad you got to be near you boyfriend and see him more. God is working great things here at (IN) courage and all the ladies are wonderful writers and very creative!

    Blessings to all! 🙂

  3. Welcome to Kansas! Although I haven’t lived there for 27 years, that is where my heart will always be. I grew up in a small town in Kansas (Medicine Lodge) and truly have been so thankful for the years there. I pray your time there will allow a bit of your heart to always call the Land of Ahs (old tourism slogan) home.