Now taking orders for “I’m A Winner Either Way”!

We are now set up to begin taking the pre-orders for our new book entitled, “I’m A Winner Either Way“. We are in the final week of editing and hopefully we will be able to send it off to print by the end of next week. We are excited about the message contained in this book and believe that God will continue to use Austin’s life message for God’s glory. It will be  very helpful to us if you place your order through our website which uses paypal. It is very fast and convenient and will save us lots of time because no invoices are needed.  It will also help us in being able to use these finances to pay for the printing cost. The other advantage of this option is that we will be able to pre-address the mailers and get them sent out in the first few days after we receive the books. You don’t have to have a paypal account in order to order through our website. All you need is either a debit or credit card.  If you would rather place an order using our order line or email, you may also do that now. Please be sure to indicate the name of the book you want and also the quantity. We will need your address and phone number as well. The order line number is:828-606-7507 and our email address The suggested donation for “I’m A Winner Either Way” is $14.99.

As we are approaching the one year date of Austin’s home-going, (Oct.31) we are aware of how it could have the potential of being a discouraging and despondent time for us. We, however, are seeking God’s face on how we can turn it into something positive and rejoice in the new life that Austin is so greatly enjoying. As we were having our family devotional time last evening, we discussed how there is the potential of a second death after a great loss or tragedy. The first “death” can be so very painful but it is actually the second “death” that is far more devastating. This is when we begin to grow cold on the inside and begin to question God’s goodness. We take “little steps” that begin the process of walking down the path of bitterness and it leads us to eternal separation from God.

We appreciate your prayers for our family. Remember to embrace the journey that you are on and allow God to to give you the purpose that you will only find through Him.

Cindy (for the Mullett family)

1 Comment
  • Katie Hostetler
    Posted at 02:37h, 24 October

    Hi Cindy, This is your cousin -Alvin’s daughter. Haven’t seen you in years but have kept up with you the last year or so on caring bridge.We were so sorry we didn’t find out about you being in Linn till too late. i would love to see you again. Maybe later when you do another tour.
    May God richly bless you as you continue to serve Him.

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