The OCTOBER 2017 issue of RUBY magazine features inspirational articles, devotionals, short stories, book reviews, autumn crafts and recipes for you and your family. You’ll be inspired by true stories such as “God Knew My Name” by Nancy Frantel, poetry such as “The Queen of Long Division” by Joan Leotta and “Oak Trees Cling to their Leaves” by Rejetta Morse, craft projects in the “DIY Colorful Painted Pumpkins Collection,” and a yummy soup recipe for Stove Top Hash Brown Soup from Katherine Corrigan of Katherine’s Corner.
With October being Breast Cancer Awareness month, we have a feature poem by a new RUBY writer, Caroline Emile which describes her journey through the diagnosis of breast cancer in “Another Mountain Still to Climb.” You can read about Jeanne Doyon’s journey as a young mama in “Mothering Challenge: Juggling” which is a sweet, humorous look at life with three children under the age of two. You will be encouraged by Shara Bueler-Repka’s story of “Beauty from Ashes,” and you will truly be amazed at God’s grace and provision in Sharon L. Patterson’s true story of her family’s experiences during Hurricane Harvey in “Our American Dunkirk.”
There is so much more in the October issue of RUBY magazine that will be a blessing to you and your family and you celebrate the joy and beauty of autumn. I hope you will take time to slow down, grab a cup of tea or coffee or hot cocoa, and read the inspiring words of all of our wonderful RUBY writers.
To read the October 2017 issue of RUBY magazine, click on the image above and you will be taken directly to the digital document that you can read online for FREE. The print publication will soon be available to purchase – every magazine that is purchased helps support the ministry of RUBY to a worldwide audience of women who need to hear words of blessing, inspiration, and encouragement to know that God loves them is sent His Son the Lord Jesus to be our Savior. Pass it on!