well of living waterHi, and Welcome to my Home Page!  My name is Rita Kroon.  I am an author,  a weekly blogger, and  a book reviewer.  One of my favorite things to do is to write for women – Christian fiction, devotionals, Bible studies, and posts for my blog.

I believe that if we study the Scriptures, we will find the answers we are looking for.  It is my desire to touch women’s hearts – by offering fresh insights, encouragement, hope, and inspiration found in Scripture.  My goal is not to empower women above men, but to build her up in Christ Jesus.  My hope is that you will feel at home here. My prayer  is that you will experience Jesus as you come and go for A Walk to the Well.

 

~~  Blog  ~~

If you’re looking for a place where you can find understanding in difficult situations, hope when you’re discouraged, inspiration to lift your heart, and encouragement in your daily life,  then this blog site is for you!   Come!  Join me for A Walk to the Well.  Fill your bucket to overflowing with springs of living water!

 

~~  Books  ~~books

I have written nine books which include three devotionals: 40 Days in the Wilderness, 40 Days of Encouragement, and 40 Days of Assurance; a women’s Bible study: Womanhood – Becoming a Woman of Virtue,  two Christian novels: Letters from the Past and Kiss Your Mommy Goodbye; a memoir of my journey with cancer: Cancer – a Journey through the Valley;  a book of prayers based on Scripture: Praying the Scriptures; and an inspirational book: Discover God through His Attributes. 

Available on Amazon.com and TheBookPatch.com

 

~~  Book Reviews  ~~

Are you looking for a great read?  Check out the new feature, "Book Reviews" page.  Only 4 and 5-star book reviews will be posted with a brief synopsis of each book and a link to  see the entire review as it appears on Amazon.  Also, a one-click  link takes you directly to the book page at Amazon.com should you decide to purchase any of the reviewed books.   Happy Reading!  

 

 

         

 

 

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