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Mary Jackquelyn Moerbe (rhymes with Furby) is an LCMS deaconess, writer, speaker, and homeschooler. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Letters, a combination of history, literature, language, and philosophy, and a BA in music. Her master of arts degree is in theology with deaconess certification from Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne. She and her husband, Rev. Ned A. Moerbe, have six children and live in Oklahoma.
The “Meet, Write, and Salutary” blog encourages Lutherans to write. At the same time, maybe this website is better understood as a reading, writing, and resources place.
Some of my hobby lists include Living Lutheran Authors, Lutheran educational resources available on LutheranHomeschool.com, Free Lutheran Resources, Freelance Lutheran Writing Support, and Lutheran Artists and Craftsmen with their shops.
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Sometimes an author or publisher sends me an occasional free book, but I receive no other reimbursement or profit from endorsing or reviewing.
The Disney character Belle is supposed to be great: a clever girl, beautiful inside and out. Whatever. I hate neither her nor her story. But actually thinking about her a second, since I just started watching the live action movie for the first time, what’s her existential problem?! Provincial life?!
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