Helen Norris is a wife, mother, mother-in-law, granny and lover of Jesus who is okay with fumbling through her faith because she believes it gives others freedom to join the journey or relax and enjoy it. She is the Founder of Helping Hands Street Mission and Fumbling through Faith who loves to talk, read, write, drink tea, ride the trolley and cuddle her granddaughters.
Her heart is for everyone to know the love of Jesus Christ but has a particular heart for woman inside and outside the church to really love their life and not merely survive it. She enjoys taking woman along with her on her faith journey using humor, honesty, her own story and the Word of God to encourage them to live the life God longs for them to have.
Helen believes no matter where you come from you have the power within you to change not only your life but the legacy of your family. She believes all lives change with forgiveness and grace.
God has led Helen down many different paths in her journey with him. She is currently working at Christians Against Poverty Canada as a church services manager. She helps encourage churches not to just serve the poor, but to make sure we are also ” handing out” the truth of the message of salvation found only in Jesus Christ to those we are serving.
She was inspired to write a children’s book on the topic of evangelism and serving after realizing that the church has gotten quiet about Jesus while trying live like him. Her hope is that adults who read this book to children will not only be encouraging the next generation but also themselves. It is scheduled to be released in November.