About Yvonne Morgan

Hi. My name is Yvonne Morgan. Thank you for visiting my blog, Turning Mountains into Molehills. I hope to help others find God in the ordinary events of life.

Background: Besides author, my names include wife, mom and grandmother. My children include two grown daughters and one son who lives with Jesus. I enjoy my role as Bebe to three beautiful granddaughters. My passions include missions work and sharing the amazing stories of how we can find Christ in the ordinary. Through my mission work, I started a charity, which cares for orphans in Nepal and Myanmar. When not on the mission field, I write full time. I hope my stories can help you see God in ordinary events in life and inspire you to reach out as the hands and feet of Christ to others.

A Story of Hope and Purpose

The page for my orphan work is here:https://www.facebook.com/OREInc or at http://orphanreliefeffort.org/

46 thoughts on “About Yvonne Morgan

    1. Yvonne – I am a wife, a mom of two grown daughters, and one son who lives with Jesus. I am also a grandmother. I am passionate about missions and writing about the amazing stories of seeing Christ in action on my journey. God led me to set up a charity, which cares for orphans in Nepal and Myanmar. I hope my stories inspire you to reach out and be the hands and feet of Christ to someone.
      Yvonne

      He does amazing things through ordinary folks.

  1. dianesponderings – I am a Christian, a wife, mother, grandmother, and author of two books, Pathways of the Heart and All That Matters. Both are Biography/Memoir about a remarkable woman whose search for true love was a journey through heartbreak, tragedy, and redemption. Besides a completed Christian Romance novel, my current fiction WIP is set in Minnesota in the 1850's and is about the daughter of the local doctor and the son of a Chippewa Tribal chief. My husband and I work in youth and adult ministries. We reside in Florida and Missouri. May God bless each of you.
    dianesponderings

    Blessed be the name of the Lord. What a blessing just reading your story this morning,

    1. Yvonne – I am a wife, a mom of two grown daughters, and one son who lives with Jesus. I am also a grandmother. I am passionate about missions and writing about the amazing stories of seeing Christ in action on my journey. God led me to set up a charity, which cares for orphans in Nepal and Myanmar. I hope my stories inspire you to reach out and be the hands and feet of Christ to someone.
      Yvonne

      Thank you and may the Lord bless your day

  2. Kay's Heart – I grew up in a country with a diverse and creative culture. My family lived in a small town. Mom, dad, and six siblings; four girls, and two boys. My family was not wealthy so certain things I went without during my childhood years. Because we did not have much financially, toys were not the #1 item on the shopping list. The lack of toys taught me and my siblings to be creative. We made our own toys and found ways to entertain ourselves. Now an adult, I envisioned ways of showing my creativity but never thought it would become a reality. I loved the arts but never really had the drive to propel myself to live my dreams. A dream I like to call, 'GREATNESS.' I did not see myself as talented enough. After attending a wine and art class I had an epiphany that I could actually do this. I decided to take that leap of faith and unleashed my inner imagination.
    Kay's Heart

    Amazing grace how sweet the sound………..
    Thank you for sharing your inspiring journey with me.

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