I'm married to my other half, and I'm the
ministry/admin assistant for our wonderful, Christ-centered church just south
of Atlanta, Georgia. I also teach the 5th Graders’ Sunday School
class. And after a 20+ year journey,
we've found our home, and I’ve found my calling.
My daughter is my joy; I couldn't be a more proud parent. She's 28, has finally met and settled in with "the one". She has the biggest, kindest heart of anyone I know, and she is also wise and discerning, beautiful, funny, and an all-around wonderful person.
My Lucy would be offended if I didn't brag on her, too. Lucy is a cute, rambunctious chiweenie puppy who reminds me where joy (and patience) comes from--unconditional love.
And there's this place, this community, this family, called FaithWriters.com. It changed my life. It made me remember that I could write, and that I enjoyed it! My first writing success came at age 8 when I placed 2nd in a local essay competition. I went on to write columns and short fiction for the local newspaper. But then I put aside writing until 2006, when, thanks to being introduced to FaithWriters, I discovered I had a talent, and it was God-gifted. Since then, my inspirational poetry, essays, fiction, and devotions have been published in many on-line and print venues.
My walk with the Lord has been long, and hasn't always been
smooth or faithful, but I see the narrow path more clearly each day. And I rest
in faith--I've been blessed by God with abundance I don't deserve. I am a
beloved child of the most high God, a daughter of the King. A spoiled princess.
I am the heiress to a fortune I don't yet fathom.
"I know that my Redeemer lives, and that in the end he will stand upon the earth." Revelation 19:25
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