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Erin and her Husband are enjoying living in Florida. They have 7 children and 10 grandchildren so far but are always excited to welcome more grandchildren. Erin is happily restored to her first Husband, her first Love.

Erin first met her Husband when she was only 7 years old and soon after became best friends. During her "Restoration Journey" after years of her infidelity and then being abandoned with 4 young children when her husband disappeared, Erin began encouraging other women to trust GOD to do the impossible. Erin's journey ultimately led to her Worldwide Online Ministry, RMI, after experiencing a restored marriage—as well becoming a published author, and being blessed with three “restoration babies.”

Erin’s ministry has branched out to include NRP Narrow Road Publishing House and even an Online University RMIOU to train and encourage every believer to use what God has brought them through as the foundation to their own ministries in order to share the Good News.

When our Beloved left this world to join His Father in Heaven, His last words to us were, "So wherever you go in the world, tell everyone the Good News."

“For your Husband is your Maker, Whose name is the LORD of armies; and your Redeemer...Who is called the God of all the earth.” 

“Look, children are the heritage of the Lord; the fruit of the womb is a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior, so are the children of one’s youth. Blessed is the man who fills his quiver with them.”

"My Husband and I love to get up in the middle of the night just to talk. We grab a coffee, sit on the couch or go outside to enjoy the fresh air—cuddling together while I listen to Him talk. After feeding a family of nine, it’s heaven that I no longer have to decide what is for dinner or deal with the shopping lists as He’s taken this over as well. I'm also thankful I no longer travel much, both my Husband and our daughter, Tara, do the traveling now.

Farm Life

While living on our farm, many evenings were spent reading as a family. Some of my fondest memories are when we would all get ready for bed and then come into the living room, turn off all the lights except for one sconce that I’d sit under while reading James Harriet's "All Creatures Great and Small" out loud. The Lord helped me see some words coming up and change them (censoring them from younger ears to hear) yet never missing the humor. Many nights we'd all laugh so long and deeply that I would have trouble reading because one of us would burst out laughing again. Only the Lord could orchestrate something as precious as this— precious memories to bless me, my children, and share with our grandchildren when retold. If you want to read more about the time on our family farm, be sure to read my children's books on HomeGrown:  Macy's Barn Cat and Horses Hoped For. You may also enjoy hearing about me growing up in Hollywood—experiencing I'm weaving into A Wise Woman and A Wise Man series for children.