Spend some time with the Savior and experience Peter’s denial in a new way with this excerpt from my Lenten book, At His Dusty Feet.
Each day is a blank page upon which to write your story. But writing a story that matters requires great risk. Are you willing to take that risk?
Sometimes, we want as much hope as it will take for us to get through our current circumstances. But maybe what we really need is hope enough for now.
Pursue your story with courage When words elude me, still I show up and seek them. Like a childhood game of hide and seek, I pursue them into the shadows, wanting to find them lest they avoid me too long. That is how writing can feel sometimes. Even so, I trust in the Source of […]
For years my husband tried to get me to listen to the Foo Fighters, but I stubbornly refused. I didn’t have any good reason for it, except maybe a bit of pride – I hate being late to the party of a popular trend. At the time I met my husband, the Foos had only […]
Actually, I’m Not only Ready, I’m Drumming to My Own Beat Tomorrow my girls begin their new school year, one as a fifth grader and one, a sixth grader. But, unlike other years, they are starting remotely. I think we’re ready. I think they’re ready. And their readiness to dive into a whole new year […]
If you’ve ever wanted to advise a writer about what a character should do or say or tell her what should happen next, here’s you chance.
This is an interactive story where your comments control what happens next.
If you’ve ever wanted to advise a writer about what a character should do or say or tell them what should happen next, here’s you chance.
The Beginning of His End is an interactive story where your comments control what happens next.
There is something about this church with its darkened windows and weathered wood, abandoned, yet still standing. It speaks of faith. Faith tested by trials and difficult moments and challenging circumstances. Faith that withstands whatever happens. Faith to parent on the hard days. Faith to create in the face of doubt and fear. There is […]
As 2019 came to a close, I did some of the usual end-of-the-year inventories, looking back at 2019, and at the last 10 years. During this review, it quickly became clear to me: I am not a good writer. And, if you’re not doing this one thing, neither are you. What is it we should […]