Pastor and prolific Bible commentator Warren Wiersbe wrote in his Foreword to The Best of Times: As I began to read this book, my first response was 'Delightful!' One minute I was laughing and the next minute I was furtively wiping away a few tears. But the longer I read, the more I found myself saying 'Insightful!' I guess balance is the word that best describes the contents of this book-spiritual insights and practical counsel, laughter and tears and lots of encouragement. I certainly need all of those things, and you probably do, too! With heartwarming vignettes, Vicki Huffman writes about all the times of our lives ( A time to be born and a time to die . . . ) from Ecclesiastes 3:1-8. Join her as she explores how God has, as Solomon concluded, made everything beautiful in His time. Vicki Huffman, a former editor for Cook Communications and Thomas Nelson Publishers, is the author of four books. She shares the times of her life with her husband in Nashville, Tennessee.
Vicki was the first telecommuting editor for Cook Communications and the editor of A Better Tomorrow in the magazine division of Thomas Nelson Publishers. She has authored three nonfiction books: The Best of Times, Plus Living: Looking for Joy in All the Right Places, and Still Looking: Finding the Peace of God in Job Loss. They and her first novel, A Secret Hope, are all available through amazon.com in print and on Kindle. She has been a newspaper editor and columnist and has written for numerous magazines. Her work has been reprinted into books such as: A Mother's Touch, The Busy Woman's Guide to a Balanced Life, Max Lucado's Inspirational Bible, The Chosen Path, and Chicken Soup for the Christian Family Soul. She has won two Amy Writing Awards and second place in a Writers Digest contest. For both years she edited A Better Tomorrow, it won the Award of Excellence from the Evangelical Press Association (EPA) in the general publication competition. Her interview articles and personal column also won EPA awards. Vicki currently freelance edits for several publishers and individuals and serves on the board of Mentoring Moments for Christian Women (www.mentoringmoments.org). You can contact Vicki by email at email@example.com