A Horse of a Different Color: Overcoming the Fear of Purpose

  “Did I not tell you,” replied Jesus, “that if you believed, you would see the wonder of what God can do?” Then they took the stone away and Jesus raised his eyes and said, “Father, I thank you that you have heard me. I know that you always hear me.”     John 11:40-42     Red . . […]

Giveaway and Devotional: Don’t Give Up

*I hope you enjoy this devotional from my forthcoming title Radically Red: Dare to Live the Words of Christ. As the weather gets warmer we will be getting closer to the release and I have to say I am more excited for this book than any other I’ve ever had the blessing of working on. For […]

Chasing Rabbits: Finding Wonder in the Scary Stuff

  “Did I not tell you,” replied Jesus, “that if you believed, you would see the wonder of what God can do?” Then they took the stone away and Jesus raised his eyes and said, “Father, I thank you that you have heard me. I know that you always hear me.”            John 11:40-42       Wonder. It […]

You Were Born to Fly!

I can’t believe that we are getting so close to the release of Radically Red: A Dare to Live the Words of Christ. Today I want to share a passage from the book with you. It is my sincere hope that when life looks uncertain you will never forget that you were made for this […]

Editors Love Spella Witcherella… and You Will Too!

How fun! Spella has made her way into editor’s hearts. I think you’ll love Spella too. She’s a green witch… a good witch… and a witch who makes a really, really good strawberry cupcake! You can find Spella on MeeGenius and since we’ve recently teamed up with PBS Kids, a portion of your club membership […]

Life Where the Sidewalk Ends

“For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” Ephesians 2:10   Shel Silverman said there was a wonderful, magical place that could only begin when the sidewalk ended. It was a part of the world untainted with neither concrete nor conformity. […]