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After graduating college, my husband and I moved to New England, where we joined an evangelical church and jumped into ministry. Over the years, I've served in many roles, from nursery and clean up to speaking and leading. I enjoy creating women's ministry resources—and dabble in fiction. God has blessed these efforts, and now I'm publishing the resources for others to use.
This evangelistic Bible study explores what happened at the cross, the significance of it, and what that means for each of us. This resource includes discussion questions followed by snap shots from actual outreach groups that used this resource.
This evangelistic Bible study explores Jesus' life and death, and who He can be to each of us. This resource includes discussion questions followed by snap shots from actual outreach groups that used this resource.
This parenting summary resource is packed with powerful stories and spot-on insights from a cross section of experienced moms. Their secrets include the power of close relationships, discovery, and mind management.
This short story is a Christmas family comedy. Mix the chaos of Mom's Night Out with a can-do supermom and drop them into the advent season like The Best Christmas Pageant Ever and you'll get this story.
More About Me
My original career goal was to become a Jedi. When I discovered that wasn't an actual occupation, I was crushed. But I soon found inspiration in the TV show McGyver, which led me to study engineering in college. In my senior year, I learned McGyver was actually a physicist. Thankfully, I liked engineering. Oddly, that's how my unlikely journey to writing began...
If there's one stereotype engineers are known for, it's their inability to relate like normal people do. The second most popular stereotype is their inability to write and speak normally, which doesn't help with the first stereotype. However, engineers love problem-solving, and I directed this skill at the two shortcomings.
At church, I asked questions and tested theories as I ministered alongside people who not only had relational and communication skills but who also shared my heart for Jesus. They encouraged me to serve, lead, speak, and write for God's glory. I found I enjoyed writing.
And that brings me to where I am today—publishing women's ministry resources and evangelistic fiction that I've written. I pray God will use it to encourage you. If nothing else, I'm a testimony to His power to grow a relationally challenged engineer into a person who loves Him and HIs people.
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To be clear: Reviews aren't required, but they're very-much-so appreciated.
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I hope you'll find my books to be an encouragement,
but if not, maybe they'll make you laugh...
or maybe you'll thank God you're not related to me.
Whatever the driver, to God be the glory!