Grace Walker writes from her little netbook sitting in a comfy chair. She  is a wife, mother, daughter, sister, friend. She currently lives and walks in a small Midwestern town with her husband and children. Born in the US South of immigrant parents, she looks for opportunities for travel to widen and maintain the global view that her parents instilled in her. She has worked in the areas of wireless communications, retail clothing, youth ministry, congregational resourcing, ecumenism and parish ministry. Her interests include physical health and wellness, spiritual health and growth, cooking (especially gluten-free and immune boosting), knitting, reading spiritual memoirs and learning more about the extended family who live so far away.


4 Responses to About

  1. Amy says:


    I’m so glad you found my blog today and took the time to comment. What you said just blesses me so much…”What a joy it is to find so much love.” At first I thought you might be referring to my love for my son, and it nearly made me cry because I don’t love – Amy can’t love – but God can. It’s God whose showed me love and each time I see it come out of me, I give Him thanks. And then I thought that maybe you were referring to how the child loves, and that, too, nearly made me cry – for it’s God moving through those little creatures who know not how to love (just like we don’t.).

    God’s speaking to me through your little, but so big, comment. Thank you for taking the time to share!

    Rich blessings…


  2. SO glad to have the opportunity to read your work and be a part of your circle, patti

  3. Charity says:

    Thank you for your kind words on my post. It was truly appreciated.

  4. Julie Brown says:

    Grace, glad to meet you via your comment on Under the Ginkgo Tree today! Thanks! Um–how’d you find me?!?

    Good work here–keep it up!!

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