Well, it has finally arrived, the release of my debut novel The Chronicle of the Three: Bloodline!!! November 3rd is the big day but there is celebrating going on all week. I hope you can join in on the fun and maybe even win some cool prizes. The more fun you have (the more you participate) the more chances you have to win the grand prize: an autographed copy of my book, an awesome leather bound journal, a custom necklace made by Redeemed Jewelry and a starbucks gift card. So mark your calendars, put a reminder in your phone and a post it note on your bathroom mirror so you don't miss out on the fun! Event 1: A Twitter Appetizer Party to kick things off. November 2nd from 6-7 pm CST on twit

Pray For India

While its not the same as being there, here is a little glimpse of my time in India. Enjoy. ​

The Reason For Hope

As many of you may know I recently spent nine days in Delhi. I went in with a lot of anxiety. I was worried about being so far away from my family, I was worried about the dangers that might be awaiting me in this new place. I spent the two weeks prior to the trip fervently praying about whether or not I should even embark on this little adventure (and kind of asking God to let me off the hook). Obedience doesn't always feel good after all. But even when it is difficult it is always worth it. After nine days in India and 21 hours traveling back to the US, I came home with a full heart. Full of God's love for me and full of love for the people of this country. I can't even begin to explain to

Good, Good Father

God is good. He has given me a new introduction to His goodness and love for me this week and I needed to share it with you. I am about to embark on a 9 day journey overseas. I’m going to a new place for a new experience and while it started out completely exciting I have slowly become unnerved by it. Fear has crept into my thoughts and heart and has sought to steal all my joy over this adventure I knew God had called me on. If I am completely honest I was on the verge of calling it quits and choosing not to go. Between the fears of a new place and the anxiety of leaving my husband and daughters for a longer period of time then I have ever been away from them I was really starting to struggl

Things That Go Bump.

I am a chicken. Pretty much. I don't like roller coasters, or haunted houses or scary movies. (Yes, I did write a book about demons. I get the irony.) Its not that I don't appreciate a good thrill or that rush of adrenaline that makes us feel alive. But I don't like being scared. Edge of my seat suspense is one thing. Jumping out of my skin and needing a nightlight is totally different. One time I let myself get talked into watching a scary movie. It was the Ring. To be fair I wasn't really that scared while watching the film. The residual effects however kept me up for a couple weeks. I still don't like looking at a snowy television screen and its been years. Fear is a powerful weapon of th

The Power of No

I was sitting in church this past Sunday and before the service even started God dropped a couple things in my heart that I quickly jotted down in the notes on my phone. It turns out the things I jotted down went hand in hand with part of the sermon our pastor preached that very morning. That's enough confirmation for me to know I need to share. So wanna know what I put in my little notepad Sunday morning? Here it is... I think one of the best things we can teach our children (and maybe ourselves) is how to rest. Now hear me, I didn't say it was the best thing, but one of the best things. There are a lot of things I want to teach my children. I want them to know Jesus loves them. I want them

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