Who is Micah?

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  When we look at the people in our churches, we see great variety. Tall and short. Young and old. Thin and . . . not so thin (especially after all those Thanksgiving and Christmas goodies!). Big churches, little churches, well-to-do parishes, and those that struggle financially. We could break it down into Protestant, Catholic, Evangelicals and then name various denominations. But what’s …

Real People, Real God – Adam and Eve

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Download the Study Notes  Through-the-Bible Character Series Thanks for joining our first study in the new podcast series. Lyndsey and I will systematically chat our way through Old Testament characters, telling the Bible’s single story of God’s desire to reveal Himself and relate to humankind. Today, we’ll start in the Garden of Eden with Adam and Eve, and we’ll end …

Roll Call! Broken Vessel’s Cast of Kings…

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What’s the Story? My third biblical novel, Love in a Broken Vessel (Revell, March 1, 2013), tells the story of the Old Testament prophet, Hosea, who was called by the LORD to marry a prostitute named, Gomer. The LORD called Hosea to use the love and heartache from his  marriage to fuel his passion to share God’s love and heartache at Israel’s prostitution to other gods.

Biblical Fiction Friday–Let’s Ask Some Questions!

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The #1 Question I’m Asked Most Often: “How did you get published?” Though it sounds cliche`, I have to answer: “It was totally a God-thing!” There is no golden ticket, no magic potion, no secret society. It was a painful, glorious, excruciatingly long process that–now as I look BACK–was completely guided by God’s hand. However, in the midst of the …

Sneak Peek at Gomer in Love In a Broken Vessel

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Love in a Broken Vessel: A Novel tells the story of an Old Testament prophet named Hosea, who is commanded by God to marry a prostitute named Gomer. This prostitute represents faithless Israel, a nation that has broken God’s heart with its adulterous worship of pagan gods. We’re given a few key details about Gomer at the beginning of Hosea’s first chapter: “…the …