I have the privilege of interviewing my dear friend Sarah Delena White on her upcoming beautiful fantasy, Halayda. (Or is it Phantasie, like George MacDonald spells it?) Don't forget to pre-order the book here. Sarah and I share a love of George MacDonald, Chesterton, C.S. Lewis, Tolkien, tea, Messiah College, late night impromptu walks and… Continue reading Interview of Sarah Delena White: Author of Halayda—Launching March 25
The finish line belongs to those who never give up. There will be Dry desert days. More doubt than faith. More darkness than light. But you don't have to see to believe. You don't have to feel to know. You don't have to experience to be sure. In the end there will be— The reward of… Continue reading In The End There Will Be Resolution
"But she had the German penchant for telling people off, and she died alone at 81, having scolded away all her friends." Because I am of Austrian/German heritage, I never forgot these words I read in William Zinsser's book, On Writing Well. “The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness… Continue reading 5 Favorite Excerpts from 5 Favorite Books
That dream that keeps coming to your heart again and again. The one that's never gone away, no matter what else you do. The one that you think of when you say, yeah, someday, when the time is right. When I have the right time, or the right tools, or after I finish this project,… Continue reading Maybe You’re Supposed To Do This: Finding Your Way One Step at a Time
Our children show us what the world could be like. Our children are the ever second chance of the human race. They are the sign that "God may be younger than we are." He may say, "let's have another sunrise." (G.K. Chesterton). He is not wearied by the world's problems the way we are, groaning… Continue reading God May Be Younger Than We Are
A chain-breaker. Song-maker. Emancipation-Proclamation-Signer. Prison-shaker.
Someone I was planning on connecting with to do a small contract job for Wanna Pixel messaged me that they got a government job and they were being flown somewhere by said government. My first instinct was to get a knot in my stomach. A knot of regret. I started messaging my business partner, Nate, to… Continue reading Today I Stopped Saying “Would Have, Could Have, Should Have”