Have you ever wondered if your life could be a force for good? If you could find a way to enrich the days of others? Ideas abound in the newly released non-fiction book, Just Go: The Idea Book.

Among those featured in the book are Coral Eberly Parmenter, pastor at Faith Fellowship Parish of Wisner, Beemer and West Point, who was knocked over the head with her call into the ministry. Or Diane Schroeder of Mountain View, MO, formerly of Wisner who made it her goal to stitch more than 1,000 quilt tops for missions. She’s on her second 1,000 now. Or Lary and Barb Moeller who are conservators of the land, building a legacy of stewardship for future generations to experience. .

Included in the book are other examples of those who have felt the call to help others in ways both large and small. From providing food for the hungry to distributing stuffed animals to children or warm, dry socks to the homeless. From quilter to jewelry designer to fire eater and others, the stories in this book may help you come up with ideas you can use to help others. To just go.

For the full story, pick up the November 29 Wisner News-Chronicle, or call 402-529-3228 to subscribe.

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