Lynnette Kraft is a creative writer and uses story-telling to communicate the beauty of restoration, the value of hope, and the power of selfless love. She has published non-fiction works and is currently enjoying the imaginative freedom and exciting challenges of writing fiction. Lynnette is passionate about serving God, spending time with her beloved family and marveling over the beauty and splendor of nature.
Sixteen-year-old, Ingrid Harrison lives with her parents and seven brothers in a small village called Scot. She is loved, provided for, and given every reason to be happy; but because she is mute, she feels isolated and holds resentment. In the largest, darkest cottage in Scot, a different strain of bitterness is wreaking havoc . . . and it’s growing more powerful. What’s more? Ingrid Harrison is the only one who can make a difference. Will the silence she has always resented, be the voice that changes everything?
By Lynnette Kraft with Courtney Becker
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In Faithfulness, He Afflicted Me
By Lynnette Kraft
In Faithfulness, He Afflicted Me is Lynnette’s story, beginning with her marriage to Kyle. When they dreamed of their future together, they never anticipated the trials and heartaches they’d be called to endure together. God blessed their marriage with children and also strengthened their marriage and their faith through the loss of children. This book is a candid and honest view of suffering and healing. Lynnette will take you on her painful journey but will also lead you to a faithful and loving Savior who never left her without hope.
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I was in the mood for nachos (a guilty pleasure) – but I’m trying to shed a few pounds, so . . . instead of nachos, I entertained myself by creating a fun lunch that would appeal to my side that loves variety – and the blue cheese just sent me to heaven for a few moments.
In a tidy, perfect world, this pretty little iron basket would be filled with wool yarn balls, fresh fruit or pine cones . . . in an untidy, real world, it is filled with a yoga ball, a camera lens, a jaw harp, crumpled paper, pencils, Farkle instructions and the like.
Sometimes I can’t help myself . . . I just have to take a picture of a tomato on a wooden cutting board.