to My featured guest on the Choose 2 Think Podcast is Christian author, Rhonda Dragomir.
This is no ordinary interview. It is deeply personal and transparent.
Rhonda walks us through her transformative journey from having an "orphan's heart" to finding her right standing in God's Kingdom. She'd long been redeemed, but truly believing and experiencing God's amazing love took years of pain and trial.
Her story is captivating and compelling. You'll likely relate to her experience in many ways, and you'll certainly want to double check the condition of your own heart and mind.
But how do you know if you also have symptoms of the orphan's heart?
A few of the symptoms of an orphan's heart are the following:
BIO: Rhonda Dragomir and her family live in Wilmore, Kentucky. A graduate of Asbury University with a degree in Social Work, she is a committed pastor's wife and Bible teacher. Rhonda is also an award-winning writer, with published works in Chicken Soup for the Soul anthologies and Spark magazine. Rhonda and her husband formed The Dragomir Group to offer websites, typesetting, and design services to writers.
Contact Rhonda at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
www.rhondadragomir.com (author site – includes orphan heart blog and a media page with links to teaching videos)
www.dragomirgroup.com (business site)
www.writerslifehacks.com (blog for writers)
www.facebook.com/rhonda.dragomir.author (Facebook author page)
www.instagram.com/rhondadragomir (Instagram feed)
www.twitter.com/rhondadragomir (Twitter): @rhondadragomir
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