When The Wind Blows

A Memoir

by Elaine Beachy



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/17/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 98
ISBN : 9781664248755
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 98
ISBN : 9781664248748

About the Book

How does a girl, who grew up in Pennsylvania and Virginia on the eastern part of the United States, happen to have been born on the west coast? And how does a Mennonite girl, whose parents were Amish, end up a Charismatic?

In her journey of faith, Elaine shows how the wind of the Holy Spirit blew throughout her life to bring her into more truth and freedom to give her a firm spiritual foundation.

She struggled with questions. Are signs, wonders, and miracles still valid today, or have they passed away? Is the baptism of the Holy Spirit from God or the devil? Is it always God’s will to heal?

Elaine faced rejection and struggled to find acceptance and approval in her quest for truth, but God was faithful to provide what she needed.

About the Author

Elaine is a country girl who grew up on a dairy farm in western Pennsylvania with four brothers. She enjoys reading, writing, cooking, and baking, entertaining, and praying for others. Her favorite TV show is Home Town on HGTV.

She is the author of six other books, of which the first three are a trilogy for children ages seven to eleven: Biff and Becka’s Springtime Escapades, Biff and Becka’s Stupendous Vacation, Biff and Becka’s Splendiferous Christmas. She also authored a cookbook, Elaine’s Kitchen: Made from Amish Stock, and a devotional titled Journal Gems: Nuggets from My Heart to Yours. A book of Elaine’s poetry and short stories is titled Rhyme and Reason. All her books are available on Amazon.com. Elaine has been married to her husband, Dave, for fifty-four years and lives in Manassas, Virginia. They have three children and four grandchildren and are active members of Living Faith Church.