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Ginnie Mesibov attended Philadelphia
Biblical University, studying Bible history
and psychology. Following her schooling,
she did administrative work in the field of
psychiatry at St. Christopher’s Hospital
for Children and Jefferson Medical
College, Philadelphia.

Mesibov studied piano during her
childhood and teen years and performed
as a teenager and adult.  Eventually, she
decided upon a music career and
graduated from Clarke Conservatory of
Music.  She taught piano at Settlement
Music School, Granoff School of Music,
Clarke Conservatory of Music and her
private studio, all in Philadelphia.  She
also concertized and accompanied vocal
artists and instrumentalists.
Author Ginnie Mesibov
In recent years, Mesibov devoted herself to writing and motivational
speaking, in addition to nonprofit administration and piano performance. Her
inspirational articles appeared in publications including
The Philadelphia
Inquirer
, Doorways, Woman, The Godly Business Woman Magazine,
and the anthology,
For Better, For Worse. She also wrote a monthly
column, “Woman’s Corner,” for
Woodland Press, a publication of Woodland
Presbyterian Church, University City, Philadelphia.
writing that Ginnie has a song in her heart. It is her hope that her life will
touch others, allowing her readers to find the song within themselves and
dance.
Ginnie Mesibov may be contacted at:
407 South 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA  19146-1406
(215) 732-0944
g.mesibov@worldnet.att.net
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Ginnie Mesibov and her Husband Harold
Two years ago, the shocking diagnosis
of a brain tumor caused her to look deep
inside her soul. There, beside the pain,
she found strength, hope and courage.
The result of her agonizing but liberating
introspection is Outer Strength, Inner
Strength: Weekly Messages for
Today’s Woman, a collection of 52
powerful essays written as personal
letters to today’s woman, in which she
urges her reader to recognize and use
her God-given strengths and skills.

Mesibov combined her psychological and
biblical knowledge to create this
celebration of life. You can tell from her

About the
Author
Ginnie and her husband Harold enjoy a
relaxing afternoon in Rittenhouse Park
with their dog Joy.