Marjorie Kahler moved to the Kansas City area in the 1950s with her husband and two young boys, leaving behind all of their family and friendships in Pennsylvania. Together with her new neighbors, she established a supportive community among the women and mothers which birthed lasting friendships and a we-belong-to-each-other mentality among the families in their neighborhood. She was a pioneer in the early-childhood education world, co-authoring the curriculum for Colonial Preschool - a flagship preschool program in the Kansas City area that is still thriving today.
Grandma Kahler, as she is affectionately known by family and friends alike, created rhythms in her own life which modeled for her children and grandchildren how a quiet, generous and humble life can make an impact with ripple effects across generations and around the world. Speaking with the wisdom only 90 years of life can bring, she shares her life experiences with the current generation of mothers and in doing so brings a fresh, though seasoned perspective on how faith, prayer and community can combat worry and fear.