Christian Adventure Stories for Kids


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Reply Constance E Vellekoop
7:36 PM on January 8, 2019 
Thank you! Yvonne--so blessed by your comments! They are a real encouragement! Hugs to you and yours!
Reply Yvonne Parr
12:13 PM on January 8, 2019 
I loved the book you wrote of your father and your memoir, The Crystal Bell. Both challenged me as a missionary, encouraged me and moments of tears and laughter. The struggles are real but many times when we read missionary stories we read of all the good things, miracle and wonders of God moving. There is little mentioned of the heart ache, pain and sacrifice of living with the people and identifying with them.

I look forward to checking out the children's books as soon as I can.

Blessings in your writings.
Reply Connie Vellekoop
4:48 PM on March 5, 2011 
Thanks, Auntie! You are such an encouragement to me. My great regret is not being able to see you in person--but thank God for the internet. I enjoy reading your postings on FB.
Big hugs!
Reply Auntie Ginny
11:13 AM on January 7, 2011 
You are beautiful. God has given me such a special love for you. Darling girl,, I think your Momma is peeking over the edge of heaven, beaming and saying, "that's my girl". Blessings, sweet girl, blessings.
Reply Connie Vellekoop
1:12 PM on August 11, 2010 
Thanks, Don! Appreciate the feedback! I have another site where I'm blogging some of the stuff I write (quite a bit for kids): -- just short articles. But the Jack Schisler Story has been my only full-length book so far. Let me know what you think when you finish reading it! Blessings!
Reply Don Driscoll
12:43 PM on August 11, 2010 
Read the 1st chapter of Dad's book. You are a good author. It is a blessing to say "I am a friend of Connie's. Hug to your wonderful Husband. Don Driscoll