An interview with author Shirley Hershey Showalter -- from choosing Blush as the title of her memoir, to the kind of research she needed to do, to getting great endorsements, and what's next for her in growing as a writer and blogger.
Potter Deborah Lewis describes working with clay and what it has taught her about God "as my constantly-creating, hands-on Maker."
Janis Cox is an author/illustrator and blogger. In this guest post, she shares an experience of answered prayer on behalf of a refugee family from Zimbabwe.
Sandra Heska King is a wonderful photographer and writer who describes herself as "seeking stillness and simplicity to see." In this guest post, she shares her words and photographs as sacred pause.
"We all know that regular well-balanced eating each day is essential to a strong healthy physical body. The same is true for our human soul." - an interview with pastor and spiritual director Gord Alton.
While I’m on my blog tour, it seems only fitting to have this guest post by Byron Rempel-Burkholder, who is one of my editors at Herald Press.
In this guest post, pastor and writer Tony Roberts talks about writing as a sacred pause.
This is the first of what I hope will be a series of interviews on sacred pause--to share our personal experiences, what we're learning, and how we can encourage one another to pause in the midst of our busy lives. Lois Siemens is a pastor, calligrapher, and photographer in rural Saskatchewan, and I really appreciate … Continue reading Photography as Sacred Pause