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The books I write encourage people to seek God's help in facing and overcoming their problems. At this time, I have twelve (12) titles on Amazon.com, all of which are available on Kindle (except the songbook) as well as in hard copy. Click on any title or image below to start your order!
My testimony of becoming a born-again Christian through the Twelve Steps of recovery.
A collection of Bible Studies using objects to break the ice and engage women in honest conversation around God’s Word. To find out more, Click Here.
A daily reader of 365 entries from my first-thing-in-the-morning Quiet Times.
Another daily reader, a companion volume for Downloads from God, this one containing 365 entries of gratitude and joy in morning.
Twelve parables and proofs that, with God, all things are possible.
An approach for plucking the family “nest” based on Scripture.
A true story, written for middle school girls, that shows what it takes to make an impossible dream come true.
A collection of narrative poetry showing the difference between “life” and Fullness of Life in Christ.
The Adventurous Dreams of a Girl Named Matilda, written and illustrated for girls 8-10 years old.
Night School is the same story as Volume 1 (above) but featuring vibrant art work for grown-ups who are still young at heart.
LOOKING FOR NUGGETS? This book is based on my stories -- that is to say, on the circumstances and trials that were given to me through my experience. Keeping that in mind, if you can find one nugget of truth in these pages that changes your life, then this book will have been worth your reading. You may not agree with everything I have written here, but “looking for nuggets” may lead you to something that resonates profoundly. If so, this book was written for you.
This is a collection of fifty songs that unfolded over the course of many years, starting out one way and ending in another. Most of these are what I have come to call HIMs, telling of God’s works and singing His praises. I am grateful to three people who helped free them from oral history into actual song sheets: (1) Susan Clarke, who encouraged me and got me started on getting the songs notated, (2) Deb Lyon, who took over when Susan moved away, to skillfully notate as I sang each song into the air; and (3) Christopher Listorti, who transferred forty handwritten notations into Finale with chords and lyrics and then helped me record sample snippets to demonstrate each song on Soundcloud. In recording, we took a few artistic liberties, especially with syncopation, to give you “the hang of it” and to encourage taking liberties of your own.