Stories of Hope
Stories can empower and change lives. Author Terri Gillespie writes stories that demonstrate that hope is never very far away.
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Stories of Faith, Hope, and love
Award-winning author and beloved teacher, Terri Gillespie writes stories of faith and redemption to nurture women’s souls. Her novels and devotionals have drawn readers to hunger for a deeper relationship with their Heavenly Father.
With over 20 years in ministry, she worked behind the scenes in development and fundraising, wrote the Restoration of Israel radio spots, and was a managing editor of the bestselling Tree of Life Version of the Holy Scriptures (TLV). She currently writes the daily Wisdom’s Journey blog and seeks to empower women with stories of faith, hope, and love.
The Hair Mavens Book One:
She Does Good Hair
A chic hairdresser on the fast-track to salon fame is yanked back to her aunt’s rundown salon with beauticians stuck in the ‘80s and sure to make her life a tangled mess.
The Hair Mavens Book Two:
Cut It Out!
The Hair Maven’s most timid maven learns to roar and teaches the rest of the mavens there is more to life than styling hair and bikini waxes.
Making Eye Contact with God
Weekly Devotional for Women
This weekly women’s devotional enables you to really see God in a new and fresh way. Using real life anecdotes, combined with scripture, author Terri Gillespie reveals God’s heart for women everywhere, as she softly speaks of the ways in which women see God.
Terri Gillespie’s Hair Mavens stole my heart in Cut It Out, second in her
– Cathy Gohlke
Award-Winning and best selling author of
Secrets She Kept & Saving Amelie
Due to COVID-19 and social distancing Terri is limiting her speaking engagements to zoom meetings and smaller groups.
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Journey With Me
Shalom? Have shalom — peace — with everyone?
Context. Why is context so important? Understanding the full context is the difference between . . .
St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th. How does celebrating a Godly man bringing Christianity to Ireland evolved into wild celebrations and superstitions about lucky shamrocks and wearing green? Inspirational authors don’t believe in luck . . .
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