Today, I am celebrating Good Friday, the anniversary of Jesus’ atonement for our sins. I’d like to share a couple songs that have lead my heart in worship lately. This song is a beautiful round of all seven sayings of Jesus on the cross. And this song is like a responsive reading that dwells on … More Good Friday
As far as the arts go, I’m partial to written words, but music is a close second. 😉 I love songs with rich words, songs that stir my emotions, and songs that lead me to worship my Creator. I also really love songs that get me in a creative mood and fill me to the … More My Favorite Creative Music
We are so small. God is so big. And yet He gave His only begotten Son to pay the penalty for our sins. Isn’t it love! I hope you all had a great Good Friday and your Resurrection Sunday celebration is very blessed!
Anno Domini Two-Thousand and Sixteen draws to a close, ladies and gentlemen! Time to look back on the blessings and happenings of this past year. In the blogging sphere… I launched this blog in June with this introductory post. Since then I have had the privilege of interviewing authors, reviewing books, and getting to interact with all … More Happy Year’s End!
Merry Christmas! May you be very blessed as you embrace the coming of Christ our Savior! “The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him, and said, ‘Behold! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!’” (John 1:29)
Since I’m a Christian author, I want to include my Savior in my stories. I do have my characters share the Gospel, listen to a short sermon in church, or seek advice; but one of my favorite ways to accomplish this is modeling a relationship with Christ in their everyday lives. When we first watched … More God in the Everyday
I am fascinated by the way stories grow, change, and impact people. One that intrigues me is the tale of Elaine of Astolat (better known as the Lady of Shallot), and its different references hidden in pop culture. The Story Elaine of Astolat is a character in Arthurian legends who dies of her unrequited love for Sir … More The Lady of Shallot