Join us on Friday, July 19th, 2013, at 7:00pm, as Shelley Hendry presents "In My Father's House". This event is sponsored in part by the James River Fellowship and the James River Home School Foundation and will be presented at 7401 Elkhardt Road, Northern Chesterfield, Va. A love offering for His Image Ministries will be taken. For additional information visit and feel free to invite your friends and neighbors.


Mrs. Shelley Hendry as Corrie ten Boom

Corrie ten Boom and her family helped many Jewish people flee the terror of the Nazis. As a result, her family were sent to concentration camps, where most of them died. In spite of the horrid conditions, Corrie and her sister Betsy were able to share God's love with many of their fellow inmates. Betsy eventually died, but Corrie was released due to an “error” and traveled the world telling all who would listen that, “There is no pit within God's will where His great love is not deeper still.”




His Image Ministries

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About the Hendrys

Jim and Shelley Hendry are the home-schooling parents of a nineteen-year-old son (Joel), eighteen-year-old triplets (Grace, Jonathan, and Rebekah), a twelve-year-old boy (Nathaniel), and a ten-year-old boy (Micah). See our family picture album.

Jim taught at Roxboro (NC) Christian Academy for twelve years. He completed his Master’s degree in secondary education from Pensacola Christian College, his Specialist in Education degree in Biblical counseling from Bob Jones University, and has done additional work in curriculum and instruction at BJU. He has taught Bible, English, history, and science at the secondary and upper-elementary levels. He has served on the board of Home Educators Association of Virginia and acted as the editor of HEAV's magazine The Virginia Home Educator. He offers History Come to Life programs to showcase the lives of great men.

As a full-time wife, mother of six children, and home educator of 20 years, Shelley Hendry desires to inspire and encourage others, helping them to love the Lord and love others, touching their lives for eternity. She and her children enjoy coordinating Mr. Hendry’s living history tours and serving in their local church. In addition, she supports the triplet’s gospel chalk-talk ministry. As time permits, she enjoys speaking, writing, sharing resources, and performing first-person monologues of Christians of history. Shelley’s main desire is that her life will serve as a call to worship and draw others to a closer walk with God by providing times of encouragement, inspiration, and affirmation. Shelley lives and works in the shadow of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, a reminder of “from whence cometh our help.”