If you’ve liked what you’ve read so far, here are some other places you can find my writing online. Even more can be found in half-filled notebooks under my bed and on sticky notes cluttering my desk.
A World Apart: What happens when an Israeli Jew and an American Christian become friends?
A Dismal Failure: Our private journey in learning that God doesn’t always define success the same way we do
Path to a Miracle: Sharing our faith doesn’t always happen with one dramatic encounter but with small steady steps supported by friendship and love
Christmas in Nazareth: I never made it to Bethlehem, but I caught a vision of Christmas in one of the most unexpected places—in the face of a young Middle Eastern boy.
Entertaining Angels: Opening our homes and tables to strangers blesses both the giver and receiver.
An Artistic Celebration of Freedom: How one woman’s passion helps end child slavery—one brush stroke at a time
Christian Women Need to Know Their History: By celebrating the stories of women who have gone before us, we better understand our own.
Why I Don’t Call Myself a Feminist: I fight for the rights of women around the world but not because I’m a feminist.
When Rural Traditions Get Hipster Cred: Who knew that growing up in a rural community would make me “cool” 20 years later?
Why Are Resources for Christian Women “Christianity Lite”?: For too long, Christian women have looked to “womanhood” to teach us about ourselves, instead of Christ.
Farewell, Evangelicalism? Not So Fast: Many Millennial believers are frustrated with the Christianity of their upbringing, but have they really left it?
God Our Father: The Beauty of God’s Choice: What the physical realities of fatherhood teach us about God’s commitment to us
Faith and Babies: Reflections on I Timothy 2:15 and how it interacts with the rest of I Timothy
The Color of Injustice: An interview with Ben Freeth telling how the Gospel has empowered his family to stand against tyranny in Zimbabwe
Jesus Feminist: Sarah Bessey’s call to “revisit the Bible’s view on women.”
Just How Married Do You Want to Be?: Jim and Sarah Sumners’ book about union in marriage
A God-Sized Vision: Woodbridge and Hansen’s book about how God works through revivals
Dealing with Depression: Collins and Haynes address a controversial issue with balance and grace
Get Wisdom!: Ruth Younts’ fun, creative lessons to help teach children Christian virtue
Mugabe and the White African:Ben Freeth’s first-hand account of violence in Zimbabwe and the truth that the Gospel knows no color barrier
Big Enough: God may be big enough to take care of me, but is He big enough to take care of my kids?
Broken Resolutions: Why failure is often the best thing that can happen to us
Something to Be Thankful For: What hard times can teach us