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Besides participating in a women’s Bible journaling group, Ruth Ford writes devotionals for a leading Christian publication and has co-written several books about missions, as well as curricula for various age levels. She earned a degree in Christian ministries from Asbury College, and a degree in magazine journalism from Regent University. Ruth visits many friends and sometimes wins (but usually loses) on-line Scrabble contests. She’s been married for, like, forever. Four days each week, she walks the family “time share” dog.
Ruth’s brother Ross Reitz appears to be a vagabond, constantly resettling in various places along the east coast of the United States. In the course of all those moves, Ross worked as a middle school teacher, and has pursued various and sundry educational degrees. He has been married for way less time than Ruth, and it’s his turn to walk the “time share” dog three days a week (unless he can get Ruth’s husband to do it for him).
on June 18, 2011 :
This reader enjoyed "THE SO WHAT CLUB" very much. I found it to be inspiring plus thought provoking "read" beautifully tied in to scripture!
All the different Parable stories were well thought out and as you read, you could "feel" what was going to happen as they progressed. I especially liked how each and every one of them left the reader wanting to know what really did happen but referred you to Bible readings for discussion on developing your own particular ending. The scripture readings reinforced what you were to understand. It (The So What Club) was easy to read, felt very "real", and as you read it, you could say to yourself, "One or more of the characters could have been me or people I know!"
Carole Hersey, Wellington, Florida
(reviewed within a week of purchase)