Karen Lewis

Alaskan Wilderness

by Karen Lewis




Out of all the seasons we chose to go to Alaska it had to be one of the worst winters for snow ever. Here we were in the back of a car after being picked up from the airport in a blinding blizzard. The snow was piled up high at the sides of the road and some cars must have ran into problems and were stuck. We continued on our journey through the dazzling but heavy snow storm to the B&B where we were planning to stay for a while.

The Streets of Sarajevo

by Karen Lewis



In December 2014, over the Christmas period, I spent two and a half weeks in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was an unexpected, out of the blue, invitation which took me by surprise and at the same time was just what I needed. It was something I was looking forward to, not only to see family but also for the excitement that another adventure was on the horizon.

Glasgow, Scotland Is Pure Dead Brilliant

by Karen Lewis



Glasgow is pure dead brilliant! It is a city in Central Scotland and is known for art and culture, architecture, music and history. The best way to understand and experience Glasgow is to simply visit the great city. There are lots of things to do and see, and there is something for everyone of all ages.

Habari Za Safari? (How Was Your Journey?)

by Karen Lewis



After an eventful time of fundraising Chris and I, along with 10 others, packed our suitcases and headed for East Africa. We set off from July 23 to August 6, 2013.
The team’s aim was to help in an evangelistic campaign in the rural town of Kiseke, near Mwanza in Tanzania. Tents were set up outside for the people to sit under in preparation for the three day campaign which consisted of music and the sharing of a biblical message, followed by a drama to help illustrate and bring to life the gospel message. The team was also involved in praying for the needs of the people.

Interview With Author Terri Cheney & the Dark Side of Innocence

by Lorie Lewis Ham &
Karen Lewis



This week KRL has the honor of interviewing New York Times best selling author Terri Cheney and reviewing both of her books that tell the story of her struggles with bipolar disorder--Manic & The Dark Side of Innocence. At the end of the interview are details on how to enter for a chance to win a copy of The Dark Side of Innocence.

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