Seven Stories in the Life of a Writer (and Author)

May 15

I’ve shared stories in the life of a writer here now for almost two years. This time, every story links arms with the stories of One Woman Can Change the World. The stories are vulnerable and raw and filled with gritty hope.

I want you to read the book, not because I want you to know me. I want you to read it because I want you to embrace the God who has truly designed you for influence and impact right where you are. I want you to be encouraged, be challenged, be given wings to soar even as He covers you with His wings of care. I want you to hold hands with the women around the world who believe restoration is a reality right here on earth as it is in Heaven. And I want your story to change stories as a portion of the proceeds from your…

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the writing life – restore

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the writing life – remember

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the writing life – reach

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the writing life – rewrite

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Hey 2020, I Will Delight in You.

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I Will Not Curse You.

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A Different Sort of Quiet.

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