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Welcome! I am a historian and writer who researches and shares stories on strong women in the church.

On these pages you can learn about me, read my blog, find out about my books and other writing, and contact me. Please let me know what you think and what you’d like to hear from me.

6 thoughts on “Home

  1. Hi Marilyn. Thanks for telling me about your new website. it is a wonderful picture too! Best wishes on being part of the promotion for your latest book. Blessings, John

  2. Hi Marilyn, very interesting site, I can read everything, no problems.
    Not being in Facebook I could not follow a link in an article, you should think on how to do a link in a different way,I mean, is it possible to find the writing in another place?
    Best wishes for your work.Dany

  3. Ms. Whitely, thanks so much for your wonderful work on Isabel Crawford. Mrs. Crawford was a close friend of my first cousin Tully Morrison. Tully was Creek but married into the Kiowa tribe thru his wife Maggie. Maggie’s mother was an original member of the Saddle Mountain Church.

    Grace and Peace, Bart Morrison

    • Thank you very much for your comment, Bart. I am delighted that you have found this and are aware of my work. I recognized from what I have read that Isabel Crawford valued highly her friendship with your cousin. It has been a real privilege to read all of Crawford’s journals as well as other people’s writings to and about her, and to write the story of her life. She was a truly remarkable woman, and the connection she developed with the people among whom she worked was a deep one.

      Blessings and peace, Marilyn

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