This all came out of a conversation I had with my husband the other night. I mentioned to him how one of my old favorites, Redeeming Love, which I read years ago and have recommended to many readers, has been pelted with criticism. The fire has come from both sides, Christian and non-Christian alike. When I first heard of this, I was indignant. “What fault could one possibly find in Francine Rivers’ classic which practically was the catalyst for an entirely different *and better* style of Christian fiction?”
I wrote this for you, reader behind this screen. This isn’t sly propaganda for something else. It’s actually about you.
Let’s be honest. Let’s be sincere. Let’s be united in our struggles so we can glorify the God who perfects us.
I struggle with depression and have noticed this time of the year is harder, when that post-holiday slump hits. But God gives me joy when I ask and He sends others to help me back up. These lyrics have been rolling around in my head for the past week and I thought I'd share: ‘Tis… Continue reading ‘Tis the Season for Depression
So… I’m not so good at keeping up this blog thing. But I wanted to be sure and share the link to my interview on Reboots Podcast a couple weeks ago. I shared about The River Series, my own personal struggles, adoption, fostering, writing, abuse, and mental illness. Check it out here!