Here are the great women who contribute to the writings that you see here daily. They all sincerely wish to share their knowledge and their love of Jesus and to help you to see God in the simple things of life - the everyday things and the world that surrounds you.
Lisa is passionate in her relationship with her Lord, Jesus. Her deep commitment has so profoundly changed her life that she wants to encourage everyone to find the inner peace that she has by reconnecting with the Creator. Writing is quickly becoming her favored form of sharing and encouragement and she believes strongly that it is a significant part of what the future holds for her ~ God’s future. - Besides writing, Lisa leads women’s bible study and an online critique group for Proverbs31 ministries.
Mischele is an all around do-it-yourself-er! Much of what she knows has been learned from her father through all of the years of her youth and he created a love in her heart for building her world around her. She loves to encourage women that they too can do many of the things that need to be done around the house and her goal is to teach these lessons to those who are willing to try.
Maria has a lifetime love of books and food! Her passion is to share that love and encourage others to create both healthy and tasty recipes. Writing is quickly becoming another passion and she is in the process of writing her first book which will include recipes that will keep you cooking and your family eating!
Vanessa’s life over the last seven years has been quite a journey in which she has learned to live every moment of every day with gratitude. Her giftings enable her to relate to the hurting and to be able to guide and soothe their weary souls with words of encouragement from God. He sincere desire for for all people to see their worth and love themselves as God loves them.
Brenda is a native Texan, currently living on Lake Travis in Austin, with her husband and golden retriever. Enjoying the empty nest, and the retired life, Brenda has spent the past few years writing and compiling a daily devotional, Dancing in the Drought, due for publication in the late fall of 2013.
She considers herself more of a storyteller than a writer—God has already written the story of our lives and she feels hers is worth sharing because it provides hope to all who feel they aren’t worthy of salvation and redemption. Now that she has been bitten by the story-telling bug, she is continuing to share her life through blogging. Her other passion is visiting with women and mentoring “younger” girls. She is also a small group leader for the women’s Bible study program at her church.