Engage your emotions about God to conquer fear and anxiety...

January 20, 2016


If you've ever lost a parent, you know how gut-wrenching it is. My book Gathering Bittersweet begins with the main character, Rachel, losing her father. I wrote that chapter right after losing my own father, so the emotions I felt bled onto the page pretty easily. 



October 21, 2015


I am a reader and not a very good listener, so it surprised me that I enjoyed listening to an audio version of the Bible during my work commute a few years ago. One thing that was startling to me was the power of the stories as they were acted out by professional act...

September 30, 2015

 In my book Redbud Corner, Ah Ni must struggle with all the things she doesn't understand about the English language, which got me thinking about why God confused the languages in Genesis 11:1-4:


At one time all the people of the world spoke the same language and used...

September 10, 2015

I have been thinking a lot about dreams. I'm not talking about daydreams or visionary dreams of our future. I'm talking about the dreams I remember when I am waking up. Sometimes those dreams are just crazy and make no sense at all, but other times, I have very vivid d...

April 14, 2015


Most of the characters in my books end up going through difficulties that test their faith. After all, it's easy to be faithful to God when things are going smoothly. We too often equate good circumstances with a good relationship with God, but that is not necessarily...

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