It's Friday, which means another sneak peek! This week is Lost and Found, one of my very, very favorites, mostly because of Paul Connor. He's the guy you love to hate, but I think this story changes all of that. (And finally, we get some resolution on Happily Ever After!) Check it out... ~Zoe~ Sometimes … Continue reading Sneak Peek – Lost and Found
(Photo credit Rhett Powell) October was Pastor Appreciation month, and it was full of all kinds of affirmation for those in ministry, as people are good to tell their pastors and their church staff how their work and their service is meaningful. A pastor needs no affirmation apart from God and His presence... but it's … Continue reading Pastor Appreciation
It's Friday, which means it's time for another sneak peek! This week, it's Who You Know, a book that came out last month but focuses on old characters that show up in earlier books. Who You Know is like a prequel, and it answers this age old question... what possesses a man to wear skinny … Continue reading Sneak Peek – Who You Know
Scripture is hard. I've been thinking through this lately as I watch friends who were once conservative thinkers regarding the inerrant Word of God suddenly re-think their stance in order to make Jesus more seeker-friendly and tolerant in our present age. When presented with Old Testament passages that are hard or New Testament epistles that … Continue reading Restore to You
It's Friday, which means another sneak peek of one of my books! (Yes, I'm finally getting back to this!) This week, The Mrs. Degree went live on Amazon, and I've been so excited about it. The hero, PJ, is the son of past characters, Craig and Hope, and I teased part of the story way … Continue reading Sneak Peek – The Mrs. Degree
You ever feel overwhelmed? That's been the word around the Faulk house here lately, which is one of the reasons why my blog posts have trickled down to nothing. The other reason is that my oldest child (who shall remain nameless) is now in junior high and has requested that I no longer share any … Continue reading Around here…
God’s silence preceded His redemption, and His redemption came in a way that was intensely personal and extravagantly loving...