“For the gifts and the calling of God are irrevocable.” Romans 11:29 (NKJV)
Welcome to my weekly blog and God Bless!
I can’t believe that this is my sixth year blogging! And, yes, I am still an aspiring children’s book author. I have thoroughly enjoyed the blogging and am so thankful to all who have followed, read and commented. I so enjoy the blogging community and support. I honestly admit that the waiting on other “writings” to come to fruition has been difficult, and yes, even discouraging. But the waiting has drawn me closer to my God and the promises in His Word. I praise Him for that!
I was blessed and excited to have one of my devotions published near the end of last year in a collection of writings from a Christian writer’s conference I attended. Attendees were invited to write something for the title, “Anchor in the Storm.” Sixteen entries were chosen and published by EA Books, a division of Living Parables of Central Florida. Here is the Amazon link if you are interested: https://www.amazon.com/Anchor-Storm-Prayers-Stories-Devotions/dp/1955309248/ref=sr_1_2?crid=1QJC2XLQUE6EJ&keywords=anchor+in+the+storm+maranatha&qid=1675908863&sprefix=anchor+in+the+storm+maranatha%2Caps%2C72&sr=8-2
I know it is rather long, but you can copy and paste it into the Amazon search bar.
I will continue to write about my experiences and faith with some insights into God’s Word and the marvelous world he has created! I will try to offer insight and perhaps inspiration and even, I hope, some humor to help us all along the way.
I post two devotional-type blogs each week. One is for adults and found under the “Blog” heading. And with my focus on children’s writing, I include a blog page just for children under the “For the Kids” heading. Each week you and your children can explore the same Bible verses together so that you both can see God in His wonderful world.
Thank you for joining me on this journey as I answer God’s calling to write and share Him with others. My prayer each week is to write words that shine God’s love and grace to someone who needs Him.