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About Ruth Morris

Ruth is an avid collector of facts and ideas. She considers them to be Lego blocks for the mind. Her pursuit of them has led to two Master’s Degrees: one in Christian Education (Western Graduate School of Theology) and one in Journalism (Regent University). An assortment of occupations has also contributed to her stash of information. She has been a teacher, LD therapist, tour director for a large dairy operation, a taxi driver for the Amish community, a used car saleswoman, and a tow truck driver for her family’s business. Ruth, under the pen name Verity Moore, used her mind-Legos to build the allegorical Christian fantasy world of Capular.

Ruth does a wonderful job of helping the reader push past the daily clutter that too often hinders us from breaking thru in prayer. She walks us thru expressions used by the Apostle Paul in Ephesians and shows us how to come into the fullness of all that God has in store for us. Not necessarily materially, but relationally – which at the end of the day, is what it’s all about! She cleverly uses the analogy / word picture of dominos to show the reader how to come into that place of completion, wholeness, and maturity in Christ. I was truly blessed, challenged and enriched by reviewing this work of hers! You will be too!

-Pastor Andrew Taylor
APT Foundation (Planting churches in the far east

“We live in perilous times that are often disheartening, discouraging, and full of uncertainty. This book is and will be a wonderful addition to a collection of life-giving, sustaining and inspiring materials. It offers great insight into practical ways to overcome the obstacles of life as we press into more connecting and dependence on the Holy Spirit by the utilization of personal experience and scripture to develop not only the knowledge of “domino prayers” but the incorporating of these prayers into our daily lives, having our minds renewed by the washing of the Word (Ephesians 5:26). Ruth takes the reader along on her journey and it is a worth-while adventure. I pray you enjoy this book as much as I do!

– Rev Kathleen Neff
CrossRoads Ministriers founder