Writing for the Soul

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 Under: adoption, child abuse
I recently returned from Denver, where I attended the Writing for the Soul conference. I have truly been spiritually fed.

In addition to my article wiritng and the incidentals I write from time to time, I have been working on a book titled, Infinitely Trees. Infinitely Trees is the story of my son Kurtis, who at the time of his adoption was the most severely abused child to survive in the United States. It is also the story of how God works in our lives to bring us hope, courage and forgiveness.

I just had dinner with Kurtis. We were celebrating his 35th birthday. 

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Writing for the Soul

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 Under: adoption, child abuse
I recently returned from Denver, where I attended the Writing for the Soul conference. I have truly been spiritually fed.

In addition to my article wiritng and the incidentals I write from time to time, I have been working on a book titled, Infinitely Trees. Infinitely Trees is the story of my son Kurtis, who at the time of his adoption was the most severely abused child to survive in the United States. It is also the story of how God works in our lives to bring us hope, courage and forgiveness.

I just had dinner with Kurtis. We were celebrating his 35th birthday. 

In : adoption, child abuse 


Tags: adoption child abuse 
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Writing for the Soul

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 Under: adoption, child abuse
I recently returned from Denver, where I attended the Writing for the Soul conference. I have truly been spiritually fed.

In addition to my article wiritng and the incidentals I write from time to time, I have been working on a book titled, Infinitely Trees. Infinitely Trees is the story of my son Kurtis, who at the time of his adoption was the most severely abused child to survive in the United States. It is also the story of how God works in our lives to bring us hope, courage and forgiveness.

I just had dinner with Kurtis. We were celebrating his 35th birthday. 

In : adoption, child abuse 


Tags: adoption child abuse 
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Writing for the Soul

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 Under: adoption, child abuse
I recently returned from Denver, where I attended the Writing for the Soul conference. I have truly been spiritually fed.

In addition to my article wiritng and the incidentals I write from time to time, I have been working on a book titled, Infinitely Trees. Infinitely Trees is the story of my son Kurtis, who at the time of his adoption was the most severely abused child to survive in the United States. It is also the story of how God works in our lives to bring us hope, courage and forgiveness.

I just had dinner with Kurtis. We were celebrating his 35th birthday. 

In : adoption, child abuse 


Tags: adoption child abuse 
blog comments powered by Disqus

Writing for the Soul

Posted by Karen Hessen on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 Under: adoption, child abuse
I recently returned from Denver, where I attended the Writing for the Soul conference. I have truly been spiritually fed.

In addition to my article wiritng and the incidentals I write from time to time, I have been working on a book titled, Infinitely Trees. Infinitely Trees is the story of my son Kurtis, who at the time of his adoption was the most severely abused child to survive in the United States. It is also the story of how God works in our lives to bring us hope, courage and forgiveness.

I just had dinner with Kurtis. We were celebrating his 35th birthday. 

In : adoption, child abuse 


Tags: adoption child abuse 
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