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From a Warrior’s Bride

If you follow me on Social Media, you may have seen this post: "Stories are starting to trickle in of the amazing work God is doing in people's hearts as they read The Warrior's Bride." Although I won't share names, I've been given permission to share one such story with you.

Chance to WIN a FREE Book!

Do you love to read? Would you like to win a FREE copy of my newest book, The Warrior's Bride: Biblical Strategies to Help the Military Spouse Thrive? Then you'll want to know this!

When the World Seems Lonely

Life was moving along okay. No traumas, no major dilemmas. Not even significant obstacles currently stood in my path. Life was full as I was homeschooling, researching a new book, finding time for reading, and active in a small group. But I was lonely.

Married to the Supersuit

The release of The Warrior's Bride gets closer every week. I am anxious to hold a copy of this book in my hands, but I am even more excited to be able to get cope into your hands! So today, I have a special treat for you: the opening pages of the book. Are you ready?

Right Seed, Right Fruit

As many of you know, later this year I will be releasing a nonfiction book titled The Warrior's Bride: Biblical Strategies for Helping the Military Spouse Thrive. I was blessed to be able to co-author this work with Kathy Barnett. You may remember the blog post from about a month ago where I told the story of how it all began. (If not, you can read it here.)

The Heart Behind Warrior’s Bride

My newest book is a departure from my normal fiction. Although I’m already well into my next fiction series, I wanted to take a little time to tell you more about The Warrior’s Bride: Biblical Strategies to Help the Military Spouse Thrive.

Crossing Values
Crossing Values

The journey began several years ago, before I’d seriously considered publishing a book. Yes, I was playing around with Crossing Values, but it wasn’t done and I didn’t know the first thing about actually getting it to print.

My family and I were at the home of Sam and Kathy Barnett, friends from church. She knew I wrote weekly devotions for women and she regularly prayed for me as I did that. The truth was, unbeknownst to me at the time, she’d been arguing with God.… Want to read more?