He stood behind me with scissors in hand; ready to work his magic on my hair. I looked at his reflection in the mirror. "How's Kristina, Al?" My hair stylist paused and looked down at the scissors he held in his hand. "I just got a call from my wife. She's on the way to [...]
"But I trust you, O Lord; I say, 'You are my God.' My times are in your hands." It loomed over me for months before the inevitable occurred. I tried not to dwell on it, but when my husband and two kids told me that they were about to throw me a huge party to celebrate [...]
Recently, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Carrie at Reading is my Super Power. Feel free to read our interview through the link below. At the end of the interview, you'll see an opportunity to enter for a free copy of my book, Redemptive Love. Read Interview
The following article was published today in the Richmond Hill Liberal about As the Ink Flows, a book that I contributed to alongside several other friends.
In this second part of my interview with HopeStreamRadio, I read a story about my daughter and share part of my personal journey of faith. You may also download the recording or listen to it on HopeStreamRadio.
Recently, I had the privilege of reading from my forthcoming book, Redemptive Love: Living with an Alcoholic Father, for HopeStreamRadio, an online radio station based in Ontario: You may also download the recording or listen to it on HopeStreamRadio.
I’m pleased to announce that my newest book, Redemptive Love: Living with an Alcoholic Father, has been just been released by Joshua Press.
It was the month of December when a deadly blizzard hit Southern Ontario. During the storm my cousin’s twelve-year-old daughter, Debbie, had been rushed to the hospital. She had a connective tissue disorder which affected her muscles. It also left her with a weakened immune system. As a result, Debbie developed a severe case of [...]
Recently, I had the privilege of reading a chapter of my forthcoming book, Redemptive Love: Living with an Alcoholic Father, at an event hosted by The Word Guild, an association of Canadian Christian writers and editors: You may also download the recording or listen to it on HopeStreamRadio (look for item #17).
A middle-aged woman wearing glasses rang up my purchase at a Barnes and Noble book store in Florida. While looking at the title, she ran her hand over its cover before slipping it into a plastic bag.The name of the book—Living with Alzheimer’s & Other Dementias.