Today we sit down with Nancy Phippen Browne. She is the author of “Help Thou Mine Unbelief”, a book designed to be a life raft to those with doubts and who are struggling with faith. We talk about False assumptions, shifting paradigms, and what it means to be a “Doubting Thomas”. We also talk about how to make changes to get back on the right track and to begin to lead with faith and optimism once again.
Nancy Phippen Browne is a retired journalist who has worked as an investigative reporter and editor for various newspapers and magazines across the country, including the Church News. Her writing background also took her into the field of public relations and marketing. She earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1989 from the University of Wisconsin, River Falls, served a full-time mission to Colorado, and has actively served in ward and stake callings throughout her life. While this is her first book, she is also a freelance writer, with articles appearing in a variety of publications, including the Ensign and This People magazine. Browne and her husband, Raymond Browne, reside in St. George, Utah. Between them, they have seven children and 20 grandchildren.
Her books can be found at the following places.
“Help Thou Mine Unbelief” at Amazon
“Help Thou Mine Unbelief” at Barnes and Noble
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Sounds like an awesome book!