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Joanne Chantelau Hofmeister

Joanne Chantelau Hofmeister is a writer and poet who works as a communications manager in Franklin, Tennessee. Her passion is to live as a redeemed woman in a broken world, and her writing often centers on that theme. In addition to writing about prolonged singleness, in which she had many years’ experience before her marriage in 2013, she writes about life through the eyes of her faith. She loves to read memoirs, Christian nonfiction, and poetry, and she has published some of her own haiku online.

Not Meant To Be: Trusting God For The Redemption Of Singleness

Still single at 40. I never thought those words would apply to me, and I was crushed that they did. For me, prolonged singleness was a loss — loss of love, partnership, motherhood and the joys they were supposed to bring. The year I turned 40, I wrote the final version of Not Meant to Be: Trusting God for the …

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The Blessings Of Thanksgiving

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Comfort For Those Grieving Alone

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What I Learned From Online Dating

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From Single To Married: When Friendships Change

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Single And Disappointed

Single and Disappointed

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