A Fellow Writer’s Endorsement

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@nancyehead is a truth-telling #writer who pens facts that reveal the dark side of issues about which we may have covered our eyes. Her writing is candid, bracing, intellectual & informative, both blogging and published work.… https://melindainman.com/?p=27847 via @MelindaVInman


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Nancy E. Head is an author, teacher, and activist who has also run for political office. She is staunchly pro-life and often writes on this topic as well as the moral condition of America and how we are losing many of the values that were common in the past.

Learn more about Nancy here: www.nancyehead.com.

Nancy blogs weekly. Over several years of reading her work, I’ve found her to be one of the most candid authors I’ve ever encountered. Her wealth of experiences give her a candor and yet kindness toward those in difficult situations, and her strength of character produces writing directed at those difficulties in ways that are straightforward and frank. I learn much from her weekly blog about where our nation is headed morally and ethically.

Boldly, she writes of the ugly side of the abortion issue, euthanasia, and the pressure on those who attempt to intervene. Her writing presents truth fearlessly, with no hiding of the details about which we may have covered our eyes. Bracing, intellectual, and informative — these descriptors encapsulate her work.@nancyehead is a truth-telling #writer who pens facts that reveal the dark side of issues about which we may have covered our eyes. Her writing is candid, bracing, intellectual & informative, both blogging and published work.…CLICK TO TWEET

Take a look at Nancy’s blog. This is one of her latest featured posts.


Published in the Mustard Seed Sentinel, June 27, 2020.

“In the 1950s kids lost their innocence . . . In the 1960s, kids lost their authority [the means of direction]. . . In the 1970s, kids lost their love. It was the decade of me-ism dominated by hyphenated words beginning with self. . . Self-image, Self-esteem, Self-assertion… It made for a lonely world. . . In the 1980s, kids lost their hope. . . In the 1990s, kids lost their power to reason. . . In the new millennium, kids woke up and found out that in the midst of all this change, they had lost their imagination,” Ravi Zacharias.

Innocence, authority, love, hope, reason, imagination, all are necessary elements of a functioning people in a functioning society.

Ray Bradbury wrote Fahrenheit 451 in 1950—back when there was still innocence, hope, and imagination. The book is about a society that can no longer find itself. The people have no books, no imagination, and no sense of purpose and meaning.

Bradbury depicts these losses in one of the most chilling moments in literature. A man comes home from work to find his wife passed out—overdosed on sleeping pills. He calls for help assuming the 1950s practice that a doctor will actually come to the house to set her right.

Instead, help comes in the form of two cigarette smoking technicians with a snakelike vacuum cleaner of sorts. They sweep out the woman’s system. She’ll be fine in the morning. It’s no big deal, they say; it’s common. So common, in fact, that they get nine or ten calls a night. Every night. . . .

Find the rest of Nancy’s blog HERE.

Nancy is the author of Restoring the Shattered: Illustrating Christ’s Love Through the Church in One Accord. Currently, she is working on a middle reader children’s book, Jude and the Magic Birds (Working title).


Find Nancy book HERE on Amazon.

Restoring the Shattered: Illustrating Christ's Love Through the Church in One Accord by [Nancy E. Head]

Written in an easy-to-understand, conversational style, Restoring the Shattered is an account of Nancy E. Head’s journey through single-motherhood and poverty. The permanent divide between her and her husband led to a shattering of their family as the children settled into separate camps.

The story begins when Nancy and her children have little to eat. Through a miraculous intervention, God provides—and leads them along their way. Other interventions and more guidance came from people of different denominations, illustrating Christ’s love through the larger Church.

When one of Nancy’s grown children became Catholic, she became more aware of the ways her own evangelical tradition often dismisses Catholic believers and misinterprets many of their doctrines. While doctrines may differ, so many essential beliefs are the same. Restoring the Shattered looks at the causes of the Reformation and other schisms, and how the original schism in Christianity happened because of a mistranslation.

Misunderstanding others’ faith languages feeds so much separation today. Nancy encourages pursuing accord among evangelical, Catholic, and Christian Orthodox communities in order to lead the Church to the kind of ministry that helped Nancy’s family so much and rebuild the ruins of society through obedience to Christ’s call for Christian accord.

During our years of need, Christians encouraged her as she earned a bachelor’s degree in English at Penn State and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Encouragement continued as she embarked on a career in journalism and later turned to a career in teaching, which has included two summers in China. She earned my master’s degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Currently, Nancy is an instructor at Penn State Altoona and Great Commission Schools. When not teaching or writing, she restores antique quilts, craft projects for her grandchildren, and helps her husband lead a small group at their church devoted to ministering to the needy in their community.

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Nancy E. Head’s Restoring the Shattered is out in paperback! Get your copy here!

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20 Replies to “A Fellow Writer’s Endorsement”

  1. Keep writing Ms. Nancy. We would all rather spend our time writing and teaching the truth of God’s word in a moral and just world; but that world is largely gone. Might we bring it back in our lives? Doubtful. But if we don’t call it out, then we are complicit in its growth. I stand beside you in truth my friend; and pray God uses your voice to bring many to repentance. God’s blessings ma’am.

  2. Enjoyed reading your profile.
    And regarding this specific blog post:
    Our culture exudes hopelessness and despair…
    and the most heartbreaking aspect of it all is that they don’t even realize it.

  3. Wonderful to learn more about you Nancy. I love how you tackle some of the very difficult topics with such grace and elegance. Please keep it up as you continue to challenge us.

  4. What a wonderful tribute to your work, Nancy. You delve into some hard topics that often get pushed aside or ignored. Thank you for being strong and courageous to use your pen (or computer) to stand up for faith and justice

  5. Your words always inform and challenge me. It’s an honor to be able to endorse you and the work you do through your writing. The topics you address and the clarity of thought that you bring to them is crucial in our world of shifting values. Keep up the superb work of saying what many are afraid to say — the truth!

  6. I love that quote from Ravi Zacharias. (He was the first apologist that I ever heard, and one of the reasons I became a Christian apologist myself.) We live in a society of decadence, and have drifted so far from Truth, that it will take a revival of sorts to bring us back from the brink. But you are right in stating it is our personal lives, living faithfully in the midst of chaos, that must be the light for the torches in culture. Bless you, Nancy, for the light you bring into dark places with your passion for life!

  7. The quote by Ravi Zacharias is a sad description of descending human culture. Thank you for being light and salt by declaring the truth of our Creator that we desperately need.
    God bless you.

  8. This is such a beautiful description of you and your work, Nancy! I agree wholeheartedly with Melinda. You write fearlessly about topics that many avoid and you cover each one with truth and compassion. May God continue to bless you in all your ways!

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