I am writer. A scribe. The carrier of a message.
Olympic Gold Medal Winner, Eric Liddell once said, “God made me fast. And when I run, I feel His pleasure.” That is how I feel when I write. It isn’t just something I do. It is my call.
I am a writer and a ghostwriter. And a member of the Redbud Writer’s Guild. Below are various books and articles I have written. If you would like to talk with me about ghostwriting your project you can contact me here.
Some my Projects:
I am the author of several books, including “Seasons of Life” and “Seasons of Love.” I was also the writer for “Four Secrets to a Forever Marriage” and “Finally Free: Living in Peace by Releasing Your Past,” to name a few. Here are some of my favorites. Click below for more info or to order from my affiliate links:
A warm and fuzzy gift book filled with short, intimate stories from personal interviews and excerpts from well-known Christian women and the “woman next door.”
Nancy Reagan –how she coped immediately after her husband’s death.
Joyce Meyer’s and the power of forgiveness.
Ruth Bell Graham’s secret to a lasting love.
Barbara Johnson’s recipe for the ingredients of true friendship.
Michael W. Smith’s confession of love at first sight
These heart-warming stories with both well-known women (and men) and women from around the world, are written with a flare for giving the reader a “look into the diary” of the lives of those who have experienced true love.
Seasons of Love walks through the myriad of relationships of love from the special bond with man’s best friend, the secret to lasting friendship, love at first sight, second chances, uncommon love, the power of forgiveness and the ultimate sacrifice of love.
Proceeds from the book go to China Call, Inc—a non-profit organization which endeavors to reach the young people in Asia.
If you haven’t dealt with your past, it’s dealing with you. Jennifer Kostyal’s miraculous story in which she was raised in a cult and endured religious abuse, verbal abuse, and sexual abuse can empower you to walk free from your past.
Like it or not, we are a product of our past and linked to incidents, memories and actions, some which become defining moments that shape our future. For many, especially those that have endured the pain of abuse, these haunting memories have become the walls that chain us to the past. But that was never God’s plan and it doesn’t have to be your life. You can be free.
This 7 week study course is perfect for either individual or group use. Each week you will walk through important steps and scriptures that will provide the tools you need to be free from your past and stay free.
Each week focuses on a different key individual in the Bible who, against incredible odds, was healed and set free from their past—and who went on to do mighty things for God. That can be you. There is nothing God can’t redeem, heal and change as you trust and learn from Him.
Did you know that each year approximately 2.3 million couples will marry in America alone? That equals 6,200 weddings a day. These couples will spend over $72 billion collectively just to make sure that their special day is perfect.
But what is the “budget” couples create in regards to time, money and effort needed to ensure that the “after party of marriage” is as successful as the wedding day itself?
This book shares four important principles on which a relationship should be built. And just like layers of a cake that lead to the top, so these steps will lead to a relationship that reaches its top potential and help ensure your “house” truly becomes a home. The reward is happiness, wholeness and unity for a forever marriage.
If you are interested in reading uplifting articles regarding a variety of topics, click on the links below to access. My work has been published in a multitude of venues including: “USA Today,” “Charisma,” “Weddings Elsewhere,” “Christianity Today,” CBN.com, “The Christian Post,” Crosswalk.com, i-Believe.com, World Net Daily, and more.
This is a day of restoration. This is a word for all who have been pushed aside and pushed out. It is for those who have been silenced. Who have had the most simple acts of kindness and affirmation withheld by those for whom you have served. You have cried out, “God, how long? Don’t You see?”
And the Lord would say to you today, “I see and I will restore.” Your miracle may be just one day away, for now is a season of “suddenly.” (Published on The Elijah List)
Do you need a miracle for yourself or someone you love? Most of us have at least one area in our lives (or those of friends or family members) for which we are praying, desperate to see a change.
But is there anything we can do to help facilitate a miracle? I believe the answer is yes. And I believe we find it as we look at Mary’s response to the miracle of Jesus. (click the link above to read more) (Published on Charisma News)
“Rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep” (Romans 12:15 MEV). This seems like a no brainer, but how often do we miss the opportunity to bolster a relationship when we offer a shoulder to lean on or a congratulatory pat on the back? Instead, too often, we jump in immediately to offer advice. (click the link above to read more) (Published on i-Believe.com)
Are you dealing with someone difficult? Perhaps it is family, a business associate, teacher, manager, or perhaps a ministry leader. Conflict is never comfortable. But it’s important to recognize that often it is due to simple differences in personality, experience, culture, or our own triggers from the past. (Click the link above to read more) (Published in Redbud Magazine)