November 2015 Final Issue
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Betty Ringeisen

Betty is a native Upstate New York girl. She moved to Virginia after meeting and marrying the love of her life, Donny. They have four children, two girls and two boys. She is also the coolest grandmother in the world (according to her grandson). She grew up in a church that taught her a lot of rules, but nothing about the real Jesus and The Kingdom of God. Believing that every woman has a destiny carved out for them, she loves to encourage and equip others to meet their highest potential. She loves to write about real life experiences using her fun-loving sense of humor. Betty is a homemaker, a home school mom, a part-time college student, and a wanna-be Food Network Star. In her spare time she runs marathons. Just a few of Betty’s Favorite Things: Books – Usually the one she’s currently reading, which right now is 'The Divine Conspiracy.' 'Healing Presence,' by Leanne Payne turned her world upside down. 'The Journey to Wholeness in Christ,' by Signa Bodishbaugh was the catalyst God used to begin to heal her from her childhood wounds. 'Think Differently, Live Differently,' by Bob Hamp, who was the first to teach her about life in The Kingdom. 'The Journey of Desire,' by John Eldridge redefined desire for Betty. 'I Wish I’d Known,' by Tommy Briggs because it’s full of timeless wisdom from her mentor and friend. Music – Betty was in high school during the 80’s and has never gotten over her love for “all 80’s all the time.” If she’s alone in her minivan and Diana Ross, The Go-Go’s, or KC & the Sunshine Band come on the radio the volume goes up. She also loves to listen to Patsy Cline and country music. She loves inspirational music from Nichole Toms, Gateway Church, and Hillsong United. TV – Reality shows like Chopped, The Next Food Network Star, and The Amazing Race are must-see TV—she’s a little competitive. Movies Gone With The Wind (she has a secret obsession with hoop dresses), Fifty First Dates, The Family Man, The Help, Titanic (she loves the last scene where everything old becomes new again), and The Christmas Story (Donny’s favorite that has become hers too after watching it 100 times). Moment in life –The church doors opened and standing at the end of a very long aisle was the man she was going to spend the rest of her life with. <Click to view Betty's articles>