Was Colorblind, but Now I See. Day 7: “I want Justice”

Take a few minutes and listen to this beautiful new song by Joshua Miller. Amos 5:21-24 The Message “I can’t stand your religious meetings.    I’m fed up with your conferences and conventions.I want nothing to do with your religion projects,    your pretentious slogans and goals.I’m sick of your fund-raising schemes,    your public relations and image making.I’ve had all IContinue reading “Was Colorblind, but Now I See. Day 7: “I want Justice””

Was Colorblind but Now I See Day 5: “Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness”

Discovery Bible Reading Read the following passage three times and each time ask the corresponding question. What does this passage tell me about God? What does it tell me about people and myself? If this is really God’s word (and words of Jesus specifically), what changes should I make in my life today? Matthew 5:3-10Continue reading “Was Colorblind but Now I See Day 5: “Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness””

Coming in 2017: Writing Goals

These are my Author/Artist goals and plan for 2017. I’m a little unsure, where to start and what to prioritize but I am very excited to be working…and I plan to both submit my work to traditional publishers and self-publish. I am most excited about writing and illustrating my own stories, however I am interestedContinue reading “Coming in 2017: Writing Goals”

Self-Publishing a Children’s Book: 9 Things I Know Now

Have you seen my children’s book Keep Watch Sam? Sign up for my mailing list and I will send you a free e-book! Self-publishing or indie publishing is growing very fast. It is now easier and cheaper to self-publish than ever before. This is true for every genre but children’s picture books are a littleContinue reading “Self-Publishing a Children’s Book: 9 Things I Know Now”


Kids get hurt. All. The. Time. Most of the time its no big deal, sometimes it is more but each time as caregivers we have an opportunity to teach something. My initial reaction to a bumped head or a skinned knee was to kiss it. And kissing it to make it better is a kindContinue reading “TEACHING TODDLERS TO PRAY: I Hurt! Pray!”