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Author Nancy Mehl & Running Toward the Roar — 16 Comments

  1. I TOTALLY loved the first book in this series, and is an so looking forward to reading this one as well. Love the style of writing!

  2. Contacted by Sonja Hoeke-Nishimoto who is having trouble posting. Here is what she wanted to say:

    Oh, I am trying so hard to post and they are not posting. I will try once more. Amish is my favorite genre but I have not read any Mennonite books but it would be so interesting to compare and add mystery to that and that makes it all the better. I have done a lot of genealogical research in the Mennonite church records of West Prussia so this really piques my interest greatly!

  3. Oh, I am trying so hard to post and they are not posting. I will try once more. Amish is my favorite genre but I have not read any Mennonite books but it would be so interesting to compare and add mystery to that and that makes it all the better. I have done a lot of genealogical research in the Mennonite church records of West Prussia so this really piques my interest greatly!

  4. I had never heard that about the lion either. Having just been in South Africa and seeing the beautiful lions there, makes this even more interesting to me. I have had a very fortunate life without much of a chance to need to run to the roar–probably the closest I have had to this situation was in 1994 when I was diagnosed with stage II breast cancer. And I guess that running to the roar, is a pretty good description of running into the roar of surgery, chemo, and all that went with it. Now, almost 20 years later, and still cancer free is a pretty good indication of how God met my needs when I ran to the roar. Thanks for this analogy Nancy. No need to enter me in the contest, since I already won the book in another giveaway and have read & reviewed it. It was a wonderful fiale to your trilogy.
    Vicki

  5. Love your books Nancy! Love you analogy about the lions.
    Will have to start going head on at my problems instead of hiding from them.
    Cheryl B

  6. Wow, this book sounds fascinating. I have read lots of Amish books, but no Mennonite. It would be interesting to compare them. Mystery is always a great addition, especially for my favorite reading genres. I Would love to read this. Great looking cover! Locking away pain is a hard thing to deal with and I would love to see how this turns out!

  7. I’m so glad I saw the link on Facebook to this article. As always, Nancy speaks truth to a hungry soul. Bless you, Nancy Mehl, for always sharing so completely of yourself.

  8. I was impressed with this interview. Not only did Nancy’s analogy of the lion and running to the roar instead of from it deeply touch me personally, but I believe it perfectly describes a lesson many of us need to learn. This book has multple layers profound wisdom, if one just looks for them. I can’t recommend this book enough…actually the entire Kingdom series.

  9. Great post! Love Nancy! As to Lyn’s question…it’s really hard to face those icky situations we just want to run away from, but often our fears really are bigger in our minds than in real life. With Gods grace, we’ll get through:)

  10. Wonderful analogy about the lion
    Please have a wonderful God-filled Christmas
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  11. Nancy, you blessed so much with this book. I encourage all my friends and family to read this note and eventually the book that can and will change you if you run to the roar!

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