Kristen has a Master's degree in Theological Studies and was on staff as a Children's Ministry Director for over five years. She cherishes her Southern roots and currently lives forty-five minutes outside of Atlanta, GA. With the support of her husband and two children, she stays at home writing Christian fiction, making up fantasy places and characters, allowing God to take the story where He needs it to go. She is also involved in the women's leadership team at her church, and writes for Wholly Loved ministry at WhollyLoved.com.
Preparing for Divine Appointments I welcome my writer friend and women’s ministry leader, Jennifer Slattery, to my blog. Today, she discusses how self-centeredness distorts our ability to see the opportunities, the missions, God is giving us to draw people close to Him. I pray her […]
Forgiveness… Last month, I was honored to write a guest post for the amazing ministry, Wholly Loved. They are doing some great things in women’s ministry, and their blog posts are ALWAYS terrific reads. They are uplifting, but also challenge women to grow in […]
I welcome my writer friend, Janell Wojtowicz, to my blog. When Hope is Wishful Thinking.. By: Janell Wojtowicz Have you ever wondered where authors get the titles for their books? Some are obvious: “War and Peace.” Others at first glance have readers scratching their heads: […]
Guest post on Preslaya Williams blog! Hey readers! Last weekend my family went to see the Ark Encounter in Kentucky. It was amazing. I was blessed to be given the chance to write a guest post about it on Preslaysa Williams blog! Check out […]
Late Bloomers Have you ever felt like a late bloomer? Spring is well on its way around where I live and I love watching the green take over. It’s always funny to see a bud that takes an awful long time to blossom. You […]
I have put to paper four novels and each one has a very specific playlist. (See Thad & Eva’s below!) It wasn’t intentional. The songs just made their way into the story to reflect a character’s attitude, a feeling, or as a way to put […]