The Simplicity of the Biblical Sanctuary is a concise overview of the Old Testament sanctuary in the wilderness. It walks you through Scripture and points out the single worship pattern established by God, himself, beginning at Genesis and onward.It explains the founding of the Israelite nation and shows their relationship to God in the establishment of Christ-centered worship. It breaks down the various symbols and feast days and makes their meaning and significance clear to the reader pointing out their relevance in the New Testament and for us today.It is informative, entertaining, and easily understood. It reads like a narrative and draws you into its pages sharing insights many have overlooked in the past. The reader should leave with clarity of mind regarding the work of the priests, the symbolism of the sacrificial system and Christ's relevance in it all.Virginia is a lay minister of the gospel. She preaches at prisons, churches and conferences. She is a former college professor and the wife of one husband. She has three birth daughters and two step daughters; also, three birth grandchildren and two step grandchildren.She has authored several other books, which deal with children and drug prevention education, the power of prayer, the importance of personal devotion and intimacy with God.She resides in Bristow, OK with her husband, John.