Fullfill Magazine Story – The Next Thing


God has taught me a lot about doing the next thing and stepping out in obedience over the past few years. And I am thrilled that I had the opportunity to write a part of my story for the most recent issue of Fullfill Magazine. My journey that began by sewing a few dresses with mom and led to teaching sewing classes in Haiti is a fun one to tell. (And I know God isn’t finished with the story yet).

500 Dresses Red Dress

Plus there is something so sweet about seeing this photo in the magazine layout. I’ll never ever forget the little girl with the red hair ribbons holding a dress that my mom made. Mom didn’t know it when she was making it, but I know the red polka-dot dress was meant for this beautiful girl.

I’d love for you to take a look at my story, The Next Thing. (It starts on page 26 of the online magazine.)

And while you are there, check out the rest of magazine. It’s filled with great stuff, including a terrific article on forgiveness on page six, by Suzie Eller, who God used as a catalyst to show me the direction he wanted me to go. Who knew when we sat down to lunch together at a summer writer’s conference that she would be such a blessing in my life! She has been a source of encouragement to me, and I the awesome opportunity to be a guest and talk about 500 Dresses on her radio show Encouragement Cafe earlier this year.

By KimHarms

Kim Harms is a freelance writer who lives in smalltown Iowa with her husband of 18 years and their three sons. She's a contributor at CT Women and has written for Guideposts, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Creation Illustrated and a variety of other publications. In 2016, Kim was diagnosed with breast cancer and underwent a bilateral mastectomy and breast reconstruction. This website chronicles her life after reconstruction and offers resources and encouragement to other women who are going through the reconstruction process.


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