The Bible Is Not A Picky-eater Buffet

Reposted from May 29, 2013: The Bible is not a picky-eater buffet; the Bible is a 66 course meal. My credentials that are relevant to this post: I graduated from Columbia International University in Columbia, SC with a degree in Bible. When you’re eating at a buffet, you get to choose which dishes you’re going

Creatures of Astarkand: The Fleuder

Reposted from May 21, 2013: I was rummaging through my hard-drive looking for old, random files to delete when I came across this photo my friend, Heidi Kortman, was fortunate enough to take a while back of a fleuder. If you have read my books, then you are already aware of the odd little creatures named

Waiting on God’s Provision

Re-posted from May 9, 2013: My current word count has broken 77,000 words. When I was in great difficulty several years ago, it seemed that God didn’t hear my prayers. Yet all the time, He was listening and providing, and when I reached that darkest hour where I had nowhere left to turn, He was

Staying Accountable

Reposted from May 5, 2013: Excerpted from my (then) current WIP (Eiathan’s Heir): “I beg your pardon, your Highness,” the castle steward puffed, coming up at a run as Bjorn exited the alley between a long, low shed and the physician’s quarters. “If someone had informed me you was going to inspect the grounds, I’d have

Is God present in your writing?

Reposted from May 5, 2013: A Little Background: I’ve been participating in a discussion among creative types about why we have allowed God to be pushed to the side in our daily lives and in the public arena; whether or not this sidelining of God is doing any harm; and what, if any role God