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Bonnie Gray Christian Blog and Commentary

Bonnie Gray

The Faith Barista

“There is a crack in everything.  That's how the light gets in.” Leonard Cohen

She lives next the river. Where her mother committed suicide...by drowning.

Elsa.  No, she isn't the queen that lived in an ice castle in the movie Frozen.

The Elsa I met in the Dominican slums of Santo Domingo lived where even the poorest look down on her.

Elsa lives next to the river.  Where people get sick from the polluted waters and everything putrid that gets ejected from the slums built up higher always finds its way downhill.

Living next to the river also means your house will be flooded -- regularly here in the the tropics when the waters rise. So your home can never be free from the refuse that sloshes in as it washes away all you own and leaves a reside you cannot wipe away.

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No matter how hard you try. The waters always rise.  And you will always need to face what remains after.

You'd think that someone who has lived in this place as a child, as a young woman -- who has now become a grandmother -- would have no hope.

But, then you will enter her home, as I did, and you will find it odd that a little girl who cannot walk or talk, whose wrists curl up against arms rail thin sits on the sofa in the corner -- with beautifully, gloriously braided hair.

And maybe you'll find yourself amazed -- even as you're sitting there surrounded by broken things strewn about on cracked cement floors -- how clean her hair is, how smoothly it's been combed and gloriously beautifully it's been braided so intricately.

I Want Them

Jazmin cannot move, except for eyes that slowly gaze because she is too frail.

Jazmin was born with birth defects. And her mother was going to throw her away and get rid of her.

Her mother got pregnant with Elsa's son -- two more times. Each time, she wanted to abort the babies.

But, Elsa is a grandmother who loves like she lives in a castle, daughter of a King, even though she suffers the destitution of poverty.

Elsa went to the mother and said, "Don't throw Jazmin away.  Just give her to me.  I want her."  And she said it again when the mother wanted to abort Jazmin's two other brothers.

Give them to me.  I want them. Elsa tells us with a smile that waved like a banner of love, flying high in the sky. She caresses baby brother and pats Juan affectionately with her hand.

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An Intimate Whisper

"I call her my daughter," Elsa proudly boasts. "Because I have 6 brothers and I only have one son.... I've always wanted a daughter. So God gave me Jazmin."

My brain asks why poverty always make so many babies? And I start to analyze the impossible cycle of poverty that often leads us to "can't solve world hunger" phrase that is used in the work place. People use that phrase, in order to put away any notions of grandeur. This applies to projects, technology, marketing and business.

But, Compassion isn't a project. Compassion isn't about analyzing a person and their plight.

Compassion is a personal movement toward ONE individual. Not a people group - a faceless identity.

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Compassion is an intimate whisper you hear when you look into a child's eyes.  

Compassion is the voice within you -- that only you can hear -- when you give yourself permission to let Jesus move your heart. To touch one child. To sponsor a child.

But I said No

"Her hair is beautiful," I tell Elsa through the translator.

"Yes. Everybody tells me to cut her hair. It's too much work to wash her hair if it's long, if she can't do it herself. But, I said, No.  I want her to be like all the other little girls.  With pretty hair.  I don't want her to feel any different. I want her to feel just as pretty as all the other little girls!" Elsa smile beams with pride.

I cry because I've never known such love as a little girl.

I cry because Lisa Leonard wraps her arms around Jazmin, picks her up to lovingly cradle and hold her.

And I hear in those tears the One Voice who has always loved me from within.

I love you, Bonnie.

I love you, Jazmin.

I love you, Lisa.

I love you, Elsa.

I love you, Juan.

I love you baby brother.

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I'm here. Jesus whispers in return. In every sponsor.

Poverty is replaced by somethings sweeter and something deeper and something eternal from within: compassion.

Write, Bonnie. And I will whisper.  Kindreds will hear my Voice.

Because I will join their hands -- with other Elsas. For other Juans, Jazmins and other baby brothers.

I love all the children who live next to the river. The ones whose hopes have drowned. Those are the ones I will love.

Together, they will hear me. There will be a river that flows from their hearts.

Fresh. Clean. Pure.

Love.

"One night the Lord spoke to Paul: 'Do not be afraid...For I am with you, and no one is going to attack and harm you, because I have many people in this city." Acts 18:9-10

Become a part of Jesus' network of love. Say to a little boy or girl --

Don't be afraid. God has many people in this city.
I am one of them. I am here for you. 

Become a sponsor today.  Don't hesitate. Be His voice of love.

As I’m writing this, 99 children sponsored through the Dominican #CompassionBloggers! See them all here. Thank you!

p.s. Will you take just a few seconds and share this post on Facebook?

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Sponsor a child today!  Click here to see all the chilren who are praying and waiting for a sponsor -- EVERY DAY -- in some cases more than a year.  Let's be God's answer to their prayers!

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{Today's post is part of Bonnie Gray's Online Spiritual Whitespace {Face}Book Club. It's free!  You can join anytime by simply liking Bonnie's Facebook Page.  Order a copy of her book and grab a journal!  Find out more & read about it here http://www.faithbarista.com/bookclub}

 

 

By Bonnie Gray. Bonnie is the soulful author of Finding Spiritual Whitespace: Awakening Your Soul To Rest, which has garnered starred review praise from Publisher’s Weekly, named as the Top 6 notable new religion authors.  Bonnie blogs at Faith Barista, serving up shots of faith in the daily grindShe writes for DaySpring (in)courage, Revelant Magazine, spotlighted by Christianity Today and Catalyst Leadership.  After graduating from UCLA, Bonnie served as a missionary, ministry entrepreneur, and Silicon Valley high-tech professional. She lives in California with her husband, Eric, and their two sons.

For inspiration to create space in your life to breathe, order a copy of Finding Spiritual Whitespace: Awakening Your Soul To Rest.  This memoir-driven guidebook for rest will nurture your heart to draw closer to God. 

"Whitespace is soul grace. Bonnie Gray ushers weary women into the real possibility." - Ann Voskamp, NY Times bestsellng author of One Thousand Gifts

"If you want to hear Jesus speak more tenderly to your soul than ever befrore, this is the book for you." - Lysa TerKeurst, NY Times bestselling author of Unglued

*Don't miss!* If you are new to Faith Barista, I'd like welcome you here. Click here to subscribe by email -(free) and get each post in this series served up hot and fresh directly in your mailbox

 

“Love is not consolation. It is light.”  Simone Weil

I don't understand. How can beauty thrive in such hopelessness?

I asked myself this as I tried not to gag, as I step through the slums of Santo Domingo - El Caliche, Barrio Capotillo - climbing through narrow, crooked steps to visit a Compassion Sponsored Family, a path that wreaked of waste, as I steadied my steps to walk around ground soiled by poverty's curse.

I felt ashamed I might start hurling -- not because I was offended by it -- but the last remnants my own childhood trauma PTSD -- the lingering effects of a nervous system made highly sensitive by anxiety has given me a very strong sense of smell. My body automatically responds in ways I cannot control.

I didn't want any of the residents who were watching me walk in a group of Christian Americans through the neighborhood they called home to be feel anything but respect and dignity.

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Because I know Jesus walks here among the slums every day to touch and love those He calls beloved.

Jesus comes to them every day through the hands and feet of Dominican men and women who are the Compassion workers.

They walk arm in arm with Compassion Sponsors they have never met --- who have chosen to love these children in His name.

Compassion Mentors matched with Sponsored children walk here among the slums EVERY DAY to visit the mothers, father and siblings of sponsored children.  For hours, one house, one family after another.

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In this area, I learned each Compassion Mentor in the Child Survival Program visits 25 mothers and their babies. They do hours of home visits each day to see them all.

Why?  Because love is not a consolation.  Love is the Light of Christ.

I feel so happy to be here. A deep sense of honor to walk the steps my Compassion brothers and sisters walk.

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I feel so unworthy to come visit and gather pearls and diamonds -- the beautiful stories of little boys and girls and the mothers and fathers who courageously love them so fiercely while suffering in the clutches of poverty.

I feel unworthy because Compassion workers have been been toiling day after day -- under the scorching sun for years -- to mine these diamonds: hearts of little boys and girls and the families that are thriving.

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"The kingdom of heaven is like a treasure hidden in the field, which a man found... and from joy over it he sells all he has and buys that field.

Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant seeking fine pearls and finding one pearl of great value, he went and sold all he had and bought it."  Matt 13:44-46

Beads of sweat pour from my body, as I pray desperately -- Lord Jesus, empower me right now. Like my Compassion brothers and sisters. They are so beautiful.

As I prayed, Jesus brings to mind --

Compassion Child Ronnie, sporting red and blue stripes, stole my heart earlier that morning when he tapped my shoulder to hug me at the Compassion Center. "Mi nombre es Ronnie!" he said. "Mi nombre es Bonnie!" I said. Then, we both laughed.

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How can so much love pour out of a world cold as stone?

Because love is not a consolation.  Love is the Light of Christ.

In that moment of prayer, Jean Carlos our Compassion Translator called out to me with a smile, "How are you doing?"

"Good!" I flashed a thumbs up. We both climbed higher and higher to catch up with the rest of the group Holley Gerth, Lisa Leonard, and Ruth Soukup -- to enter single file into the home of Compassion Child Saulo.

How Can This Be?

There I met Saulo's father Luis and his mother -- along with Saulo's three younger brothers. We were all shocked and audibly gasped when Luis told us he graduated from university with an MBA.

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How can this be?  As I sat there among abject poverty, worse than what we'd seen earlier in the week (they don't have reliable electricity. often days without power, lack of safe drinking water) -- my eyes unable to rest on a spot that wasn't broken, torn or crumbled -- I realized this can very well be my home, if I was born in the Dominican Republic.

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A college educated man or woman in the Dominican Republic is not exempt from the poverty.

Corruption.  Luis tells me, looking into my eyes.  Government corruption. Political corruption. Jobs are paid for -- by relationship.  Who you know determines whether poverty becomes your address.

Saulo's mother tells us with tears in her voice they were about to make the terrifying, heart-breaking decision to take Saulo out of school because they were unable to afford pencils, notebooks and pens.

But, Jesus knows this family's address.  Jesus has a network of His people in Compassion. Someone chose to sponsor Saulo.

You can choose to be part of God's network of love too. Become a sponsor.

Why? Because love is not a consolation.  Love is the Light of Christ.

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Thanks to a Compassion Sponsor, Saulo goes to school -- and he comes back home to teach his brothers all the materials he learned.  And the beautiful thing is this:  Compassion-partnered churches open their doors to unsponsored siblings for worship and recreational activities like sports, music and art.

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Watching Saulo eagerly retrieve a letter from his Sponsor to show us (the whole family treasures and reads these letters!) -- then seeing him proudly return to show us his well-worn workbook he uses to teach his brothers -- and seeing how loving and affectionate the brothers are with each other, my mommy heart bursts with joy and pride for Luis and his wife.  I want to cheer for the Saulo's sponsor!

As I watch Luis's face sadden when he says it's been two years since he's graduated and still no job, I tell him -- "We will pray for you before we leave. God will place people in your path, people who will get you a job.  I will write and tell everyone who reads to pray for you."

Yes. Yes. YES.  The whole family nods.

Luis, his wife, Saulo and his three brothers reach for each other's hands and ours.  They tell us they hold hands to make a circle whenever they pray.

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I am emboldened by their love.  With bowed heads, I lifted my voice loud and strong with my Compassion brothers and sisters. We ask God to give Luis a job.

Why? Because love is not a consolation.  Love is the Light of Christ.

I ask you now to stop and pray for Luis and his beautiful family.  Pray boldly. Let's ask God for what this family needs: a job.

I invite you to become a part of Jesus' network of loveSay to a little boy or girl --

You are a pearl. You are a diamond -- beyond value. You are worth it.  You are loved.

Become a sponsor today.  Don't hesitate. Be His voice of love.

As I’m writing this, 68 children sponsored through the Dominican #CompassionBloggers! See them all here. Thank you! p.s. Will you take just a few seconds and share this post on Facebook?

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WAIT! The day wasn't over. We went on to meet Elsa and Jazmin. You must read what unexplicable beauty happened - you must read Lisa's post. Lisa Leonard is the jewelry designer of the You Are So Very Loved Necklace, exclusive to sponsors using my link bit.ly/sponsorwithbonnie!

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** After we prayed, I took Luis aside, with Jean Carlos translating, "Luis, don't give up. God is at work in you. I see the love in your family." Luis tells us it hurts to see his children suffer because he cannot provide for them.  Luis says he was just crying this morning because he felt hopeless.  But, as he prayed, he felt God's peace comforting him.

As I listened to him, the brokenness I felt as a little girl abandoned by my father become a healing power for Jesus. With unshakable conviction, I said, "Luis, you ARE providing for your boys most important thing: your love.  My father left me when I was seven and my heart was bleeding, but your boys will never know that pain. They are rich with your love."

As Luis and I hugged each other goodbye, I walked down the hills of Santo Domingo more whole and healed than one hour ago.

Sponsor a child today!  Click here to see all the chilren who are praying and waiting for a sponsor -- EVERY DAY -- in some cases more than a year.  Let's be God's answer to their prayers!

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{Today's post is part of Bonnie Gray's Online Spiritual Whitespace {Face}Book Club. It's free!  You can join anytime by simply liking Bonnie's Facebook Page.  Order a copy of her book and grab a journal!  Find out more & read about it here http://www.faithbarista.com/bookclub}

 

 

By Bonnie Gray. Bonnie is the soulful author of Finding Spiritual Whitespace: Awakening Your Soul To Rest, which has garnered starred review praise from Publisher’s Weekly, named as the Top 6 notable new religion authors.  Bonnie blogs at Faith Barista, serving up shots of faith in the daily grindShe writes for DaySpring (in)courage, Revelant Magazine, spotlighted by Christianity Today and Catalyst Leadership.  After graduating from UCLA, Bonnie served as a missionary, ministry entrepreneur, and Silicon Valley high-tech professional. She lives in California with her husband, Eric, and their two sons.

For inspiration to create space in your life to breathe, order a copy of Finding Spiritual Whitespace: Awakening Your Soul To Rest.  This memoir-driven guidebook for rest will nurture your heart to draw closer to God. 

"Whitespace is soul grace. Bonnie Gray ushers weary women into the real possibility." - Ann Voskamp, NY Times bestsellng author of One Thousand Gifts

"If you want to hear Jesus speak more tenderly to your soul than ever befrore, this is the book for you." - Lysa TerKeurst, NY Times bestselling author of Unglued

*Don't miss!* If you are new to Faith Barista, I'd like welcome you here. Click here to subscribe by email -(free) and get each post in this series served up hot and fresh directly in your mailbox

 

We are driving to the countryside today, where it’s green and luscious. Away from the sweat of the city, the polluted river and the constant honking of car horns cluttering the air.

As rice fields opened their arms to usher us away, even the heavens seemed to open a sky full of freshness for us to breathe.

It seemed like the second day of my Compassion Trip in the Dominican Republic was going to be a natural respite from the burdens of urban life.

But, poverty isn’t a location.

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Poverty is injustice. Poverty speaks hopelessness – like a continuous revolving door of critical voices that threaten to extinguish God's light in a child --

You're not important.  Things will never change. You'll never change.

Poverty robs us of the simplest gifts God created for all of us to enjoy.

Let me tell you what I mean.

When I heard we were going to a Special Needs Compassion Center located in Bonao – where children who are blind, deaf and mute areloved on by tutors and teachers, I thought, “Oh, what a beautiful place for children with special needs to receive food, instruction and care.”

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I didn't know the real reason this city was chosen by Compassion and it lies under the dirt of Bonao.  

The Voice of One

Compassion makes sure any Service Center they build is only 30 minutes walking distance for the children and families in need.

So, why is this Special Needs Compassion Center specialized to care for marginalized children located out here in the boonies?

The government hasn't authorized any official studies -- but something terrible is happening.  Almost all of these Special Needs Compassion children with defects were born in the same town as a manufacturing plant for a poisonous metal: nickel.

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Nickel is a toxic carcinogenic metal that severely damages reproductive health causing birth defects and neurological deficits -- by poisoning the water, soil and air that families, little boys and girls consume.

These children are voiceless and powerless to a corrupt government run by greed that allows the nickel plant to stay.

But, through Compassion, little boys and girls -- who can't see, hear or speak the name of Jesus -- hear The Voice of One who calls them all His: Jesus.

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Jesus is speaking the language of love to these children and their families by saying -- "You are loved. You are cherished." Through everyday people like you and me.  Compassion Sponsors.

Meeting Ashley

I met Ashley this morning, when she came to sit beside me during worship at the Compassion Center.  When we were motioned to get up, sing and jump up and down to the music, I hand-signed "Let's jump!"

Ashley smiled but kept shaking her head. I thought she was shy.  I kept signing over and over again "Let's jump!" even as we stood up.  But, her hands kept saying No.

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So, I figured she'll join in later as we begin jumping.

As I placed my arms around her to encourage her to jump, we almost fell down together to the floor.

Ashley is crippled in one leg.

The Face of Jesus

She had sneaked in to sit next to me so quietly unnoticed, I didn't notice her limp.  Ashley stood up so strong with her good leg and I was so busy signing her to jump, I didn't even notice she CAN'T jump.

My heart just about died and stopped beating.

As I nearly burst into tears knowing I must have wounded this beloved child of God, guess what Ashley did?

She just grabbed onto my neck and hugged me. And she laughed without making a sound and smiled in her bright shining eyes joy singing loudly her heart with Jesus.

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She knows you love her, Bonnie.  Jesus whispered into my ear.  You are the face of my love and her Compassion Sponsor today.  

Can you imagine how happy a little boy or girl who has been waiting -- who feels hopeless in the revolving door of suffering -- will be when they are finally sponsored by you?!

That child will see the face of Jesus through you. And I promise you, she AND her family are going to be leaping for you!

Meeting Arita

Later, Ruth Soukup of Living Well, Spending Less and I went to meet Arita and her 4 year old son CompassionChild JoElvis.

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The first things Arita told us:

1) She introduced her baby-hugging husband Elvis as the father of both JoElvis and year-old cutie pie sister Yolanny.  This is a really BIG deal in the poverty stricken communities.  The exception. Arita beamed with pride at her treasured possession: love.

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2) They are grateful for JoElvis' Sponsor because without Compassion, JoElvis will soon go blind in both eyes. They live day to day -- many days start & end with no income -- even though Elvis spends the whole day walking the streets to find manual labor jobs.

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It was a hopeless situation. They could have never afforded any medical care, but thanks to Compassion's special fund for surgeries, the doctors say Elvis will see again!

3) Because of Compassion, Arita's mother and grandmother walked over to meet us in the one room shack & grateful waterfall of thanksgiving cascaded onto us, flowing down to carpet the floors with joy -- pure joy! 

Ruth and I could hardly get a word in edge-wise -- Grandmother had lots of Jesus stories to tell us.  She came to pray for us!  What an unexpected blessing! Pour it on, Grandmother! She and Jesus are tight!

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This family is rich, flowing in love and dreams for the future fueled by their Compassion Sponsor!

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The more I experience the joy of Compassion Children, the more I see the poverty of the little girl broken in me.  I know what she needs is more compassion -- not less. Because compassion poured out in brokenness leads to joy.

On days I feel trapped by the revolving door of critical voices -- when I feel things can't change -- that I can't change -- I will remember the face of Jesus. In the children who live along a country road.

I will whisper to the little girl in me -- what I saw in the eyes of Compassion Sponsored children today.

You are loved. You are cherished. Just rest.

Be the Face of Jesus to a little boy and girl who cannot escape the revolving door of poverty -- without you. 

Sponsor a child today!

When you welcome a little child on my behalf, you welcome me. - Jesus in Mk9:37

Let's Celebrate!! Children You've Sponsored This Week!

Three friends in our Faith Barista community who posted they just sponsored a new Compassion Child!  So exciting!

If you sponsored a Compassion child this week, I'd love to celebrate with you!  Email me a picture of your child & you at faithbarista@gmail.com -- not to trumpet our good works (no way!) -- but as a testimony to what Jesus is doing on this #UnscriptedCompassion trip!

Thank you for being courageous to be God's love letter & enter a little girl's story as her sponsor!!

Jennifer De Witt for picking Jonifer in the D.R.

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Deb Manwarren and her daughter Emma chose Yulani in the D.R!

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Chastity Hargrove chose 3 yr old Ma Eloisa from the Philippines!

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Sponsor a child today!  Click here to see all the chilren who are praying and waiting for a sponsor -- EVERY DAY -- in some cases more than a year.  Let's be God's answer to their prayers!

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Sponsor a child & receive a special Lisa Leonard Necklace created just for this #CompassionBloggers Trip!  I cannot begin to describe how much love these children have for their sponsors. You are their safe haven.  Your love is Jesus.

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{Today's post is part of Bonnie Gray's Online Spiritual Whitespace {Face}Book Club. It's free!  You can join anytime by simply liking Bonnie's Facebook Page.  Order a copy of her book and grab a journal!  Find out more & read about it here http://www.faithbarista.com/bookclub}

 

 

By Bonnie Gray. Bonnie is the soulful author of Finding Spiritual Whitespace: Awakening Your Soul To Rest, which has garnered starred review praise from Publisher’s Weekly, named as the Top 6 notable new religion authors.  Bonnie blogs at Faith Barista, serving up shots of faith in the daily grindShe writes for DaySpring (in)courage, Revelant Magazine, spotlighted by Christianity Today and Catalyst Leadership.  After graduating from UCLA, Bonnie served as a missionary, ministry entrepreneur, and Silicon Valley high-tech professional. She lives in California with her husband, Eric, and their two sons.

For inspiration to create space in your life to breathe, order a copy of Finding Spiritual Whitespace: Awakening Your Soul To Rest.  This memoir-driven guidebook for rest will nurture your heart to draw closer to God. 

"Whitespace is soul grace. Bonnie Gray ushers weary women into the real possibility." - Ann Voskamp, NY Times bestsellng author of One Thousand Gifts

"If you want to hear Jesus speak more tenderly to your soul than ever befrore, this is the book for you." - Lysa TerKeurst, NY Times bestselling author of Unglued

*Don't miss!* If you are new to Faith Barista, I'd like welcome you here. Click here to subscribe by email -(free) and get each post in this series served up hot and fresh directly in your mailbox

 

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