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Tasha is a Korean American melancholy dreamer, wife to Matt, mom to three wild and wonderful humans. She writes about everyday life and cultural and ethnic identity, and writing has always been the way God has led her towards the hope of shalom. Her first book, Tell Me The Dream...

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  1. Perfect message today Tasha. Just what I needed to read, think about, pray about, talk with God about and remember through out my day. Thank you \0/

  2. Tasha love today’s reading. My late Mum before I died. I did pray for her Salvation. But you could never tell her she needed to be saved. My Dad who is still alive today the same. As all you get is glad you believe in that. All I could say to them to them was praying for you. But the good thing they did for me and my sister’s was send us to Sunday School. I like you learnt at Sunday School Jesus loves me. But didn’t ask Jesus into my life until was at Secondary School. As I remember asking a teacher who was saved. How do you get saved. I went to our School Scripture Union. I love it and listing to the Bible and singing the songs at it. I might not be the best follower of Jesus. But I am glad to be saved. I pray for my Dad and the rest of my Family as all them not saved. I live my life for Jesus in front of them. I believe through the Holy Spirit. In God’s perfect timing they will all get saved. Love Dawn Ferguson-Little Enniskillen Co.Fermanagh N.Ireland xx

  3. Tasha,

    Maya Angelou got it right: “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel”?

    It didn’t bother me about my lack of knowledge of God & the Bible. Years later I am comfortable with sharing my faith. It took spending time with Jesus & going through some tough trials to get here. I exemplify the Maya Angelou poem. Each day I do my best to encourage my patients. Try to make them feel comfortable & loved. Most of my patients thank me for making their hospital stay a bit better.

    Blessings 🙂

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