Monthly Archives: February 2018

PARADIGM SHIFT

  I read a lot of articles, blog posts, and books about the craft of writing, written by successful authors like Stephen King, Doug Wilson, and J. K. Rowling. It only seems to make sense to listen to and learn … Continue reading

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SUFFICIENT

I woke up today with this thought running through my head: “How do I consistently live out this faith? What does it even look like to live each moment of this life with a kingdom perspective?” Just when I think, … Continue reading

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BEATING THE BLAHS

On a cold, gray, cold-oatmeal kind of day, my brain feels like…well, like cold oatmeal. How is a writer supposed to work when her creative engine generates less electricity than yesterday’s soggy coffee grounds? Here are my tips to jump-start … Continue reading

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THE OLDER I GET

The older I get… …the more I appreciate my family. …the more I cherish intimate friendships. …the more I value prayer. …the more I yearn for Glory. …the more solid I feel – and I don’t mean just physically! …the … Continue reading

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