There is only one word for it: celebratory. The night of my Colorado book launch was absolutely one big celebration. Of course I'm thrilled that I finished the book, that the long path of research, writing, editing, design, and production has come to a conclusion and that the proverbial "fat lady" sang that night. But, the best part was that it wasn't just a celebration of the completion of my book, but rather of the great work that the book shares about. With a crowd of over
THE PRAYERS OF MANY: The Story of a Church On Mission is not a book about how to pray. It's a book about what happens when we pray. In it, over 45 stories of how the Lord has answered the prayers of a Denver church among their unreached people group are shared in vivid detail. The Prayers of Many is a celebration of how amazing transformation happens when an ordinary church—a community of faith—prays and obeys the call of God to reach out to a highly resistant people group ov
Hi friends, Sometimes life feels like a race against time and the overwhelming amount of media we see everyday, which is why my request of you is a little ridiculous because it contributes to that visual frenzy, but I'm going to ask anyway! A friend of mine, Ken Wytsma, did the most clever thing with the release of his new book, Create vs. Copy. He used a new thing called Thunderclap, which allows people who want to support someone with a Thunderclap campaign to lend their s
Every climber celebrates at the summit. Completing and publishing this, my first book, is my Everest. All the other books to come will be but joyful iterations of this first feat. I look forward to my Kilimanjaro , my Machu Picchu, my K2, but none of them will be my first epic adventure in writing. If you are in the Pasadena area on April 23rd, please come join me to celebrate the west coast release of my first book:
"The Prayers of Many: The Story of a Church On Mission".
"I have an idea..." Those words start countless of my conversations. I'm not short on ideas. I do, however, tend to be short on discipline in many areas in life. And yet, I am a woman of prayer. That is one thing that I do do (hello Chandler Bing...do do...). A friend asked me today to pray that the Lord would put a song in her heart again. She's not Mary Poppins or Sister Sophia of the Sound of Music (no offence Julie Andrews, I love you dearly, but most of us don't live in