Jesus was not white. I remember the moment I realized that. I was watching a documentary many years ago about archeological evidence supporting the Bible. They were taking the Shroud of Turin and, from it, reconstructing what the Son of God might have looked at. Now, I realize that the details of his appearance are … More On Truth and Shedding False Filters
There is a part of me that wants to tell 2019, “Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.” Then again, so many good and wonderful things were mixed among the hard that I cannot just make a blanket judgement of the year. 2019 brought deep heartache and deep joy. It was marked … More 2020: Word for the Year
We are just days from Christmas and I watched one of our favorite movies, “The Nativity Story,” with my family last night. It has become a yearly tradition, and every year I cry in the moment that Jesus emerges from Mary’s womb while light from Heaven fills the cave. Joseph’s eyes nearly pop out of … More BE the Church
Ohhh, my goodness, friends! I can’t believe we are finally here! Today, December 16, my book “Paper Dolls: Trust Your Instincts” is finally available all over the world on Kindle! If you are an e-book lover or subscribe to Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited program you can FINALLY read my book! I have had such incredible feedback … More LAUNCH DAY and a GIVEAWAY!
This is a heatmap showing the locations of likely human trafficking cases in the United States. Where are you? I would wager that you are somewhere in the red zones, as is most of the population of our country. Human trafficking is everywhere that there are, well, humans. According to the website, polarisproject.org, there has … More Where are you?
Today is the day! I have an incredible launch team, over 150 strong, and with their help your Facebook feed should be flooded with information and links to order my book, Paper Dolls: Trust Your Instincts, from Amazon. If you would like to join the team (and have opportunity to win prizes for participating) just … More It's GO Time!
I remember a story I wrote in Junior High called “Allison the Talking Dog.” It was about a dog who watched so much TV with her owner that, you guessed it, she learned to talk. My teacher loved it. She praised my creativity and said my idea was unique and clever. That was the first … More Coming soon…