Personal Touch: Alumna releases devotional book
Ruth-Ellen Wallace '03 wrote a devotional book to encourage women in the struggles of their daily lives
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March 1, 2016

Ruth-Ellen Wallace ’03 worked as a medical laboratory technologist for ten years in Winnipeg, in the area of women’s cancer diagnostics. Feeling the need to increase her knowledge of the Bible, as well as serve women in a different way by writing a devotional book to encourage them in the struggles of their daily lives, she enrolled at Briercrest Bible College in Saskatchewan to complete a two-year BA in Biblical studies. She looks forward to graduating in April and seeing what the Lord has in store for her next. Ruth-Ellen is excited to announce the release of her first book, a devotional for women entitled All My Love, All My Life through Word Alive Press. Books can be ordered on or directly through Ruth-Ellen ( Copies will also be available in the Redeemer Campus Bookstore.

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