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Marsha Jordan
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Marsha Jordan
       Marsha Jordan is a disabled grandmother, author, and shower singer who began her writing career on the bathroom walls of St. Joseph's Catholic Elementary School. Now her writing appears in restrooms throughout the country. Jordan has two boys, ages 30 and 55. She's been married to the 55 year old for 31 years.

She's been held captive for a quarter of a century In the north woods of Wisconsin where she shares an empty nest with her rocket scientist husband and their badly behaved toy poodle, King Louie who rules the household with an iron paw.

After her grandson was badly burned, Jordan created The HUGS and HOPE Foundation, a nonprofit charity devoted to cheering critically ill and injured children.

Jordan's inspirational and humorous essays are available in her new book, "Hugs, Hope, and Peanut Butter." The book is illustrated with drawings by kids who are battling for life.

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Latest columns by Marsha Jordan
» Little Acts of Love
       As I loaded dishes into the dishwasher, I sang along with the radio. My grandson looked up from the picture he was coloring and said, "Grandma, there's one thing about you that I don't like." Anticipating what he was going to say, I asked, "What? Tha... read more
    January 26, 2009
    Christian Living
» Crossing the Chasm
       Jesus provided the gift of atonement, but not everyone accepts His gift. Some don't want the gift, but many just don't know how to receive it. The first step across the chasm between us and God is believing that Jesus was who He said He was -- the Ch... read more
    February 6, 2007
    Christian Living
» Dead Men Walking
       Lazarus had been dead and rotting in the grave for days. His sister told Jesus, "He stinketh." (And who says there's no humor in the Bible?) But Jesus called Lazarus out of the grave. When He came upon a funeral procession, Jesus raised tha... read more
    January 30, 2007
    Christian Living
» Extreme Makeover
       The husband and I are "boat people." Not the kind that fled from Viet Nam. We're the kind of boat people who drive half a day to wait in line for an hour at the boat landing, just to take a thirty minute boat ride. H.M. is actually more of ... read more
    January 16, 2007
    Christian Living
» The Road of Life
       Have you noticed that vacations rarely go the way you planned? Here's a typical scenario: Mom and dad outline a fun and interesting trip for the family. They excitedly pack the Volkswagon and pull out of the driveway with great expectations. Then fiv... read more
    January 9, 2007
    Christian Living
» Ten Tips for Beating Depression
       I heard about a woman who was suffering from depression, so her concerned husband took her to a psychiatrist. The doctor listened to the couple talk about their relationship, and then he said, "The treatment I prescribe is really quite simple.&q... read more
    September 29, 2006
    Christian Living
» More Than You Can Handle?
       There's a dangerous illness afflicting women everywhere across the nation. It's linked to considerable physical and mental suffering. It disrupts millions of lives, decreasing productivity and contributing to marital stress, absenteeism, loss of inco... read more
    September 21, 2006
    Christian Living
» What Did I Do To Deserve This?
       You must have done something awful for this to happen to you." Has anyone ever said that to you? Have you said it to yourself? Job had been through a lot. He'd lost his children, his home, his possessions, and his health. All he had left was his... read more
    September 12, 2006
    Christian Living
» Why Doesn't God Answer My Prayer?
       I heard a story about a girl who wrote to a missionary. She'd been told not to request a response from him because missionaries are very busy. She wrote, "We are praying for you, but we are not expecting an answer." Do you feel like God doe... read more
    September 7, 2006
    Christian Living
» Pooped
       Yesterday was one of those days. I was so pooped that I struggled to sit upright at the dining room table. It took extreme effort to hold my head up out of the soup bowl. Days like that are common for me because I have a connective tissue disease tha... read more
    August 24, 2006
    Christian Living
» Life In The Manure Pile
       The husband once aspired to be a self-sufficient, back-to-the-land pioneer. He bought a windmill, oil lamps, beehives, and a couple of pigs, which we named Lois Lane and Clark Kent. This dirty duo caused me headaches from the day we took them home. W... read more
    August 18, 2006
    Christian Living
» Hurting or Helping?
       Over and over, Cobi screamed, "No! No!" as the nurse and I held him down. He sobbed in pain and begged for my help, but all I could do was push him down onto the table with all my might as he kicked at me. The look of fear on his face burne... read more
    August 9, 2006
    Christian Living
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