‘Twas an Evening in Bethlehem – Cover Reveal!

I have the privilege of being part of the cover reveal for Jenelle Schmidt's new children's book, which releases October 1st. It's called 'Twas An Evening in Bethlehem.  Beautiful illustrations and a charming, timeless story told by a truly talented author. It would make a perfect Christmas gift for any little ones in your life! _________ [...]

Caution: Pray Before Opening

We pray before we eat. A physical thing. We pray before we commune with God. A spiritual thing. We pray before we respond to someone in anger or grief. An emotional thing. But I’m curious – does anyone pray before reading? The newspaper, a magazine, the novel on your bedside table, a textbook from school. [...]

The Fairy Tale Gospel

This is a guest post by Brent King. Deeper than our deepest longings, fairy tales tell truths about our inner and outer world, truths that are either too obvious for modern men or too truthful. Take, for instance, Little Red Riding Hood. It affirms that the world is dangerous, that there is an evil wolf [...]

What In the World is “Christian” Fantasy?

Truthfully? I don’t know. All right, I know how I myself define Christian fantasy, let’s put it that way. But a clear-cut definition that pleases everyone? Not sure that will ever happen. So, here’s what I think: I think a Christian fantasy story can be one of a few things. For now I’m going to [...]