Author Archives: Beth Green

About Beth Green

I am a mom of four beautiful girls and wife to a wonderful husband. By day, I am a pediatric physical therapist; and by night, I am a closet writer. I hope you enjoy diving into my latest work. I always donate a portion of all of my work to charity.

Perfect: The Building of a Championship Culture

  Just a bit earlier than expected…I decided to show you a little peek at the book. It’s almost finished. Here is a little taste of the contents!  Enjoy! Book cover, pre-orders, and release date announcements will be soon!   Rolling … Continue reading

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The People of The Ville: Neale Bennett

  Through the first 14 years of my life, I grew up as the daughter of an Air Force navigator, moving frequently and sacrificing time with my father as he served our country. He retired and didn’t wish to fly … Continue reading

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Spiritual Warfare and the Power of Prayer

  The first book in the Angels and Demons Series is A Rose for Jonathan. I wanted to re-visit this book today in response to several emails and messages as well as new reviews. This book is about the spiritual … Continue reading

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Farmer’s Markets and Blue Jeans

    My family always had a garden. Whether we lived in the suburbs of Washington D.C. or in the countryside of Tennessee, my parents had a plot somewhere near where we grew all manner of vegetables and the occasional … Continue reading

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Easter 2018

    Easter. Egg hunts, bunnies, new outfits, Easter baskets, chocolate…the list is long. So many activities are swirling around us all this holiday weekend. During all the festivities that you may attend, I hope you will take some time … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day

    Today is a day to celebrate love. For many, it is about celebrating romantic love. Others may be sad because they are alone. I promise you, though, you are never alone. He is with you. He promises to … Continue reading

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The First

I waited to post this until everything had settled into the new year. I hope you enjoy! The First The pain increased and ripped through her body, building to an unbearable level, catching her breath. He grabbed her hand and … Continue reading

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People of The Ville: Matthew Jones

    Years ago, my husband, Coach Tim Green, was sitting in his office when he heard a knock on his door. Looking up, he saw a small young freshman who had recently completed the opening football competition known as … Continue reading

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Inversion Hike: Can You Conquer the Valley?

  Psalm 121: 1-2 I lift up my eyes to the mountains—     where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord,     the Maker of heaven and earth. My husband and I like to hike and we have … Continue reading

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The People of the Ville: Bill Beam

  With strong family ties to the area, our latest People of The Ville honoree gives us a look into the past of our great city. Bill Beam, Jr. and his family have a long residence in Louisville with family … Continue reading

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