Betty Gravlin is a cradle Catholic, married since 1985 to Bob. She is the mother of three adult children. She is a graduate of Ave Maria University Institute of Pastoral Theology, Southern Illinois University (MBA) and the University of Arkansas (BA in English). She writes from St. Louis, Missouri.
What does the Bible say about being obedient to God? What are the most common objections to following Christ? How can one become an obedient child of God? This Bible study attempts to show what Scripture says and ask questions to overcome objections and doubts about faith in Jesus.
Hopefully, it will lead to greater understanding of the Catholic faith.
Who Does God Want Me to Be? What is the Nature of Your Call to Service? How do I Grow in Holiness? This book gives some answers to those questions for those who are seeking a way to follow Christ more closely. It explains some Catholic spirituality that will help you along your journey.
Why is the Mass a sacrifice? What difference does it make to us that it is a sacrifice? Why do we have to go to Mass? This lecture answers these questions by going through the Book of Hebrews to show how Jesus saved us by His sacrifice on the Cross. It shows how Calvary is re-presented at Mass so that we can participate.
The Gabriel Memos are Archangel Gabriel's memos to the junior Guardian Angels. Their purpose is to warn them about Satan's tricks and how to block these attempts. Since angels don’t think like humans, the Gabriel Memos are sometimes an amusing commentary on human weaknesses, yet also spiritually enlightening.
Moses, God and the Plagues- A Pharaoh's View
on Sep. 15, 2012
I enjoyed this brief story. It left me wanting more! I fanatized about the next chapter. What would the Pharaoh's spirit think about Moses in the wilderness? I would like to see what this author writes next.
Scriptural Rosary #1 - According to Thy Word
on Nov. 27, 2013
My thanks to Mr. Klazura for a very useful compilation of Scripture verses to aid contemplation of the rosary mysteries. These verses can be prayed without a rosary, if desired, but I recommend praying these Scriptures along with the rosary. May this book be a blessing to many readers!