Good morning! It is my pleasure to welcome back Ada Brownell to the Inspired Prompt. Ada’s new book is What Prayer Can Do: A Collection of Articles.
Good morning, Ada.
Can you describe yourself in three words?
Ada: Born again. Thinker. Mother.
Good words. Especially the last one. Next question . . .
Someone offers you a fully-paid writing research trip to any place you desire to go. Where would it be and why?
Ada: Colorado’s western slope. My family has lots of history there.
If someone made a movie of your life, what would be the theme song?
In The Garden. “And He walks with me, and He talks with me, and tells me I am His own!”
A lovely classic. Thank you for dropping by, Ada.
Readers, Ada is offering an e-book of What Prayer Can Do to one person who leaves a comment!
What Prayer Can Do: A Collection of Articles
Does God still heal bodies, work miracles, and answer prayer?
Ada Nicholson Brownell’s latest book, What Prayer Can Do contains amazing testimonies of how God intervened in people’s lives when they prayed. Read about a blind man instantly healed, even after he learned Braille. A child with hydrocephalus healed after prayer. A forest fire turned away. Sinful rebellious people changed in a moment. Marriages saved, and many other miracles.
Fifty-five chapters and wonderful testimonies written by Ada Brownell about What Prayer Can Do originally published in The Pentecostal Evangel.
WHAT HAPPENS IF A DESIRED MIRACLE DOESN’T COME? The book begins with an introduction from the author, “Why I Still Believe God Heals,” that explains why she knows God still does miracles even though she lost a daughter to cancer. The article was first published in the online version of Enrichment Journal, a magazine published by the Assemblies of God for Spirit-filled ministers.
Read the article on her blog: http://www.inkfromanearthenvessel.blogspot.com
Buy the whole book, What Prayer Can Do here: http://ow.ly/9CEI30h4IdL
Ada Brownell has been writing for Christian publications since age 15 and spent much of her life as a daily newspaper reporter. She has a B.S. degree in Mass Communications and worked most of her career at The Pueblo Chieftain in Colorado where she spent the last seven years as a medical writer.
After moving to Springfield, MO in her retirement, she continues to freelance for Christian publications and publish non-fiction and fiction books. She occasionally writes op-ed pieces for newspapers.
Blog: http://inkfromanearthenvessel.blogspot.com Stick to Your Soul Encouragement
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