In John 5, Jesus was walking by a pool called Bethesda where lots of infirmed people gathered each day. They hoped to be able to reach healing waters and be relieved from their suffering. On His way by, Jesus noticed a man who, given the rush to be the first in the waters, was hopeless. […]
During the children’s sermon on Sunday, the kids heard the Lone Ranger theme and were told about the famous question that ended many an episode: “Who was that masked man?” Our pastor remarked later in the service that he always wondered why people couldn’t figure out who the masked man was. I thought instantly of […]
I did my bible reading this morning from a bible that belonged to my daddy. Mother gave it to him on their 14th anniversary in the March before I turned 5. The pages have marks where he wanted to draw attention to a particular verse or passage. Sometimes there are notes that say “Start” and […]
There’s a somewhat infamous story in my family about the great Christmas cake disaster. Somewhere in the past few years, I’ve inherited the responsibility for cooking THE Christmas cake. It’s a three-layer coconut cake that harkens back to the ones my mother and grandmother made as part of our family celebrations. My recipe can be […]
I hate to date myself, but I was born less than a year after man walked on the moon. In my life, I’ve spent many an hour gazing up at that shining orb, watching its waning and waxing. It’s always felt like a comforting old friend. Maybe that’s why I can’t stop thinking about the […]
Hello there! I'm Dawn. I am a Christ-follower who loves writing. I'm seeking an agent for my first novel (a young adult mystery) while working as a full-time PR professional, freelance writer and cofounder of The Pink Typewriter Project, an initiative to make a difference in the world by promoting positive thinking, gratitude, and service to others. (Check us out at ThePinkTypewriterProject.com.) I blog regularly about my faith journey and life in general.
"May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be pleasing to You O, Lord, my rock and my Redeemer." -- Psalm 19:14