Katherine Rowland

Katherine Rowland spent her childhood all over the United States, from Ohio to California, Wyoming to Tennessee, and points in between. After marrying her husband, she lived in Indianapolis, Indiana, for 16 years, before moving to Cincinnati, Ohio in 2011. She lives in Cincinnati with her husband, Chris, and their two sons.

Katherine has an associate’s degree in Library Technical Services, and has worked in libraries for over a decade. She graduated from Ambassador Bible Center in 2012, and is now putting her library knowledge to work in the Ambassador Bible Center library.

When she isn’t putting things in Dewey Decimal order, Katherine loves reading, writing, going on road trips with her family and pursuing the perfect cup of coffee. And no, her home library is not completely catalogued (but it’s on her list of things to do). 

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by Katherine Rowland

One of the best pieces of advice I ever got was that of a dear friend. During a conversation that wasn’t really about giving advice at all, she said, “Katherine, you always have choices.” It was a simple comment, but it’s stayed with me for several years. I’ve had so many times when it seemed like I had no choice at all, but remembering her words has helped me to really take a look at every situation and determine what choices are available to me. And those words have never been proved wrong.

Posted January 25, 2013 -
by Katherine Rowland

I volunteer in a public library one night every week. I’ve spent most of the last ten years working in libraries, and I enjoy being able to use my experience and education. I have a lot of opportunities to do work that allows me to use my background. But sometimes I’m asked to tackle less challenging tasks: cutting shapes out of stiff paper, gluing felt pieces together or sorting pretzels into equal amounts.

Posted December 17, 2012 -
by Katherine Rowland

I recently researched the importance of touch in childhood development. I was surprised to find that many of the symptoms linked to a lack of touch are increasing in many countries. It’s especially happening in the United States.

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by Katherine Rowland

As we give thanks to God, is there more involved than our verbal praise?

Posted November 15, 2012 -
by Katherine Rowland

How did we learn to communicate? Did humans learn to speak spontaneously thousands of years ago? Or is there another explanation?

Posted November 5, 2012 -
by Katherine Rowland

I am not a runner. In fact, my favorite exercise is turning pages in a book while I sip a cup of hot coffee. But the page in the advertising circular was so persuasive: Absolutely anyone could follow this plan and work their way up to running 5 kilometers in 30 minutes! My oldest son and I decided to put it to the test. 

Posted September 18, 2012 -
by Katherine Rowland

The cherished memories of a lifetime of loving service challenge us to consider whether we, too, are creating a legacy of love.

Posted June 26, 2012 -
by Katherine Rowland

When we bought a new house last summer, I was delighted by the enormous rose bush in the front yard. All summer long, it boasts bright pink blossoms that spread their scent across the entire yard. The only time that the rose bush isn't a delight to me is when I have to prune it, a task that must be done regularly.

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