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 also serves on the women’s leadership and teaching team at her church, and writes for Wholly Loved ministries (WhollyLoved.com) as well as Crosswalk.com.
Ministry-an adventure we’re all taking An opportunity to be a contributing writer for a devotional book presented itself recently. I jumped on this ministry adventure after quickly realizing it was a dream I didn’t even know was in me. But this venture has been […]
Humans Top the food chain Humans are at the top of the food chain. Have you ever thought about this? We are delicate and vulnerable in physical characteristics compared to many of God’s creatures, so how is it possible we’ve remained superior? Because of our […]
the spirit of christmas I welcome my writer friend, Gail Kittleson, to my blog. Today, she ponders what it means to feel like Christmas. I pray her words speak to you as they do to me… Also- enter to win her latest novel (details […]
It’s Who You Belong to that Matters- guest post for Wholly Loved Ministries We all want to belong to something, to someone, to have a place where we fit into the seams of life. Read how God used used Scripture to show me its […]
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 […]