Vlog 3: An Answer to the Unanswered Questions

Hi Friends!

Well that title made it sound way cooler than it is! But hey, it got you here right! Today’s vlog answers two seemingly simple questions I needed to take some time to think on after my Instagram Live last Monday. As you will soon see, what seemed like two simple “get to know you” questions, ended up turning into 25 minutes of thoughtful discussion! Thank you so much to the people who asked these questions! If you were wanting an non-descriptive, short-but-sweet answer…well…let’s just say, I’ve never been one to leave out a detail. So grab some coffee [because somehow, all us Christians are avid coffee drinkers] and let’s discuss one of my favorite Christian books (other than “Mere Christianity”) and Bible verses for this season of life!

Love you Friends!

Helen Elizabeth Wisner Strickland

[**Later Note: So…I just realized I uploaded the unedited 27 minute version! (Insert crying face emoji) Sorry about that! Enjoy my awkwardly long smile at the end! Ha!]

[**Later Later Note: Fun Fact! Upon further research, I found out that there are 31, 373 verses in the Bible! If you decide to double check that number and it isn’t legit, let me know!]

6 thoughts on “Vlog 3: An Answer to the Unanswered Questions

  1. Thank you for taking the time to do these Vlogs-Blogs. They each have touch my heart personally. I’m positive you are making a difference in the lives of so many. Downloading the book today! I also went to Brookhill and know that “mountain top experience” you are talking about. It’s awesome! Keep up Gods work, you’re doing great!

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