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Hannah Elizabeth

Blog: Love, Hannah B  Hannah is a 2013 homeschool graduate. She lives at home with her family while striving to serve the Lord {and others} in any way she can! The Lord has given her a burden for young people and she has followed his leading to do something about that burden. She is currently working on learning more about photography with the dream to someday own her own business. Hannah enjoys playing the piano and violin, rollerblading and biking, reading and writing, and doing any sort of crafty thing. She loves anything pink or blue, glitter, stripes, and is happiest when making people smile! She strives to use her own mistake filled life to encourage others to make the right decisions and not take the same path she did. She is thankful that God can still use those mistakes in a positive way! The Lord led Hannah to start All Things Lovely in July of 2013 to encourage young ladies in their walk with God!

Kaylee Roberts

is a music major at a Bible college in Kentucky. More often than not, you can find her sipping Starbucks coffee, cooking up something tasty in the kitchen, or playing something lively on the piano, all in between reading, writing, Pinteresting, and babysitting little sister (shown in picture). She adores all things sparkly, purple bath towels, cupcakes, white chocolate truffles, and making people smile. She is currently in a long-distance relationship with "thee most amazing guy on earth" {quoted}, and they recently celebrated their three year anniversary. Her goal in life is to be in the center of God's will; marry, graduate college, have a family, and serve the Lord along side her husband. Although she has been raised in a Christian home, she has made a few mistakes along her journey of life. With much prayer, and God's grace however, she has been able to overcome these bumps in the road. It's with the experience of these mistakes, she seeks to point people to Jesus, and help other Christian girls realize how merciful and loving God is, and that, with His help, they can overcome the trials and mistakes of life, and be the best they can be for Him. Kaylee is co-conspirator and author at All Things Lovely. Through her life and her writing, she wishes to project Philippians 4:8 as a testimony to others that life in Him can be altogether lovely.  

Brianna Davis

I was born in Washington state, but I grew up in Michigan. My family moved a lot; by the time I was thirteen, I had lived in thirteen different houses. Eventually, right before Christmas of my seventh grade year, we moved into a house in Greenville and stayed there for a few years. Two weeks before my senior year of high school, my dad got a job out in Washington state, so we packed up our house and moved out there, where, after only three weeks, we left to spend six months in Virginia. We then moved back to Washington, although there was slight confusion as to whether we would live in Virginia or Washington. I have now been living in Washington state for just over a year, with a short break to go to college down in Florida. I, above all else, love to read. I read mostly fiction, but I do also read nonfiction. Some of my all-time favorites are the classics, but I also enjoy discovering new up-and-coming authors. My favorite book is The Mark of Zorro by Johntson McCulley. Although I would rather read than do anything else, I also sometimes enjoy doing arts and crafts, such as sewing and crocheting. I love to cook and bake, especially when I can try my hand at something new in the kitchen. I am one of the weirdos that happen to love school and thoroughly enjoy learning. I am happiest when I am busiest, usually doing something I love, but there always comes a point when I have so little to do that I do not care what I work at; I just want to have something profitable to do! I was saved at the age of five, and got reassurance of my salvation at the age of thirteen. I am a member of and faithfully attend Faith Baptist Church in Tacoma, Washington. Anyway, that's a brief profile of me, and I hope I gave you enough information that you feel you know me semi-well. See you soon!

Lynn Marie Crane

I am born and raised in the mountains of Massachusetts. I spent most of my younger years engrossed in athletics, loving school and enjoying playing around in the fresh country air. There was never a dull moment. I have always believed that life is a precious gift from God, meant to be whole heartedly lived. After graduating from Wahconah Regional High School in 1987 I completed a Bible degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education. In May of 1992, shortly before finishing my college education, I became the wife of Ken Crane. Currently I am filling the role as Mrs. Ken Crane and mother of four ambitious children in the State of Michigan. Daily life for me consists of keeping up with my husband, a teacher and coach in the middle school, and my four children ages 18 years, 17years, 16years and 18months. I enjoy making sure that my 18 month old not getting into too much trouble as curious “Sam” as he keeps me smiling with his new accomplishments, and sticking my nose is into the lives of my older three children. Each one of them blesses my life with giggles, tears, and those “I never knew that” moments. In the midst of such a busy life, my love of the outdoors helps me to appreciate an occasional few minutes resting on the couch listening to the sounds of the birds and crickets outside my window while breathing in the fresh breeze. I am not sure whether I will have more or less time to enjoy those sounds with three high school graduates and an 18 month old all establishing themselves in this world. My husband and I love riding our bikes after dinner most nights. It is a refreshing time of exercise and chatting on the bike trail for Ken, Sammy and I. Another thing that I enjoy as a big part of my life is music. Listening to CDs, my children playing their instruments or spending time playing piano or flute encourage my soul. I hope to be able to share my love of music with others as I strive to establish myself as a piano and flute teacher, giving private lessons in my area. Some share their -“bucket list”- I think of it as my list of goals and dreams. It is never too late to learn something new or add memorable experiences that will help us grow as a person. Publishing women’s devotional books and children’s books; advancing my painting skills; and making my Spanish skills useful enough to help others are all included on my list.

1 comment:

  1. So sweet to see other Christian young ladies seeking the Lord! Blessings!


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