Walk it Out Stories | Katherine Reay

I’m delighted to be a part of Tricia’s work with Walk It Out. She writes so many truths within her book. One resonated with me and that is what I’d like share here: You never know what God has in store. Simply trust him. In December 2008, I was severely injured. For a time, slowly moving from my bed to an armchair then back to bed was the most I did in a day. I could not define myself as {Read More}

Walk it Out Stories: My Journey to Mr. Wonderful | Arlene Pellicane

When I was in high school, I was blessed to have a lot of titles. Cheerleader. Honors Student. Student Body President. Youth Group Leader. But there was one title I was very displeased with. Dateless. I think I was the only one to graduate from high school without being asked out. No roller rink dates. No fast food jaunts. Nothing. But God had given me a promise. I went to a Christian school and one day after chapel, I was {Read More}

Walk it Out Stories: Serving Him Wholeheartedly | Trisha Goddard

At the young age of six years old, I was challenged to walk out my faith and go beyond the borders of my country to an ethnic group that did not have access to the truth of God’s Word. Now, I did not truly understand what serving Him wholeheartedly meant, but I did know that it was something that I wanted to do. In my early childhood, I heard stories of ethnic groups in Papua New Guinea in need of {Read More}

Writer Wednesday with Brandilyn Collins

Congratulations to Pam Hager for winning a copy of Bringing Maggie Home. Please e-mail your mailing address to my assistant Christen (amy@triciagoyer.com). Enter below for a chance to win a copy of Brandilyn Collins’ Pummet! Why did you write this book? Plummet is one of my stand-alone Seatbelt Suspense® novels. All of these novels carry a four-point brand promise. They are: fast-paced, character-driven, with myriad twists, and an interwoven thread of faith. In Plummet, the main character, Cara, who is new to her {Read More}

Walk It Out Stories: Twice Adopted, Once Redeemed | Tami Fox

When I was born, I was placed for adoption. My adoptive family is the best family I could have! When I was 5 years old, I came to a saving knowledge of Jesus as I accepted him as my Savior. I was adopted into the family of God. What a blessing! Growing up, I went to a private Christian school, and I was able to learn more about God and deepen my spiritual roots. I was not perfect, and I {Read More}

Walk it Out Stories: Finding a Voice When God Changes the Plan | Tara Johnson

I sprinted behind my son, attempting to wrap his dripping hair in a towel. Wrestling him out of the bath had worn me out. Wrestling him into pajamas was even more difficult. Now he had broken free and was running down the hall. He squealed in delight as I huffed, “Boy, when I get a hold of you…” We rounded the corner and I stopped short, blinking in surprise. My husband stood in the living room, a big grin on {Read More}

Walk It Out Stories: An Indefinite Delay | Crystal Stine

Over the past few years I’ve been on more planes than I can count. I’ve been on large planes flying direct across the country and teeny tiny planes flying just a few hours away in my same state. I’ve had on time flights and terribly delayed flights. I’ve run through terminals and spent countless hours wandering the halls of airports. I know when to get coffee before a flight and when to wait for the Starbucks on the other end {Read More}

Walk it Out Stories: When You Have to Work for Faith | Amy Matayo

I’ve always said that I like kind, authentic people—people who pour their souls out either in voice or on paper and then say to the world, “This is me, take me as I am.” Without rudeness or pious attitudes, of course. I’ve always said this. Sometimes . . . easier said than done. So in the spirit of taking a little of my own medicine, practicing what I preach, meaning what I say, and all the other clichés that point {Read More}

Writer Wednesday with Kim Vogel Sawyer

Congratulations to Vicky Daniels for winning a copy of Space Between Words. Please e-mail your mailing address to my assistant Christen (amy@triciagoyer.com). Enter below for a chance to win a copy of Kim Vogel Sawyer’s Bringing Maggie Home! What was your favorite book as a child? The first book I remember (almost verbatim, even now!) is A Cat Called Cindy, a Tiny Tots Tale told in rhyme. I’ve always loved cats, and the big, black, fuzzy, furry cat in the story {Read More}

Walk it Out Stories: From Missions to Motherhood | Heather Strickland

Mom. It’s never a title I longed for. My future plans didn’t include children—three energetic boys to be exact (9, 7, 6). But God… My future plans included going to Honduras for mission work after I graduated from a small Mississippi Bible college. I had already been on a mission trip to Honduras with a wonderful ministry prison team for two weeks when I was just twenty years old. Serving there captured my heart and mind. I figured I would {Read More}

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