We have just established an authors’ spotlight page on Lulu. You can reach it by going to http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/LeeandBonnieMeier The book “Letters from Ralph” is now available in both hard cover and e-format. You can find more details on the Authors’ Spotlight.
There will be an “Author’s Corner” in the Art Burst event on Saturday, May 16. ART BURST occurs on the Court House lawn in Orange City on the Saturday of Tulip Festival. Artists from a large area take part and it is a very exciting event. This year we will take part by offering our
Although we have not found many mistakes in the 1st edition of our book, we did find a few. Therefore, on March 19, 2015 we sent in some corrections. The 2nd edition of the book will be coming out soon, hopefully, with no mistakes at all. None of the mistakes changed any of the meaning
On April 5, 1983 Gordon K. Brumels, Chairman of the Northwestern College math department wrote all “physical science” alums to tell them that Professor Ralph Mouw was retiring after 36 years of service to “God and Northwestern College”. Brumels wrote the students asking them to send Ralph best wishes. The result was a several inch
We received a very interesting letter this week from Newman deHaas who lives in Silver Spring, Maryland. Newman was raised in Orange City and still reads the Sioux County Capital Democrat. He read about our book, Letters from Ralph, in the paper and ordered a copy through Amazon. Anyway, he imparted some very interesting information.
In 1983 Ralph Mouw retired from teaching at Northwestern College after 36 years of service. In this blog I will share some of the comments from letters Ralph received from students who had taken classes from him or knew him during that time. My first comments will come from a letter from Doug Van Berkum
Today, Tuesday, December 30, we received our first box of books to sell. The first book sold to Loren and Nelly Veldhuizen. Sandi, Ralph’s daughter happened to be in at the same time, so the book was duly autographed by both authors and Ralph’s daughter with a picture taken to commemorate the selling of the