I am a wife and mother living in the heart of North Carolina. As a FAITH BLOGGER, my goal is that you will find hope in the difficulties of life, and practical resources on ways to serve others. I love writing about redemption, taking the deep hurts of life and weaving in God’s truth.
My prayer is that you see an eternal perspective is what matters in this life, regardless of where you are today.
Freelance editing has taken a new role in my life over the last several years. There’s nothing I love more than the process of transformation. I specialize in fiction manuscripts, particularly Christian Romance, Young Adult, and Women’s Fiction. Currently, I enjoy editing various nonfiction projects which are also listed in SERVICES. I’m a member of the Editorial Freelancers Association and The Christian Proofreaders and Editors Network, and received certifications for copy and developmental editing. Whether you need polished edits on a short project or a manuscript prior to publication, I’d be delighted to consult with you. CONTACT NINA HERE.
In STORIES OF HOPE, you will read about true testimonies written in first person. This section reads in “Parts” like a story. My heart is in writing about redemption, and I have a deep love of fiction, which is how Stories of Hope was created. I hope these testimonies are life changing and encouraging for your walk.
I want others to find peace and joy in the strength of Christ. To move beyond the hard night and welcome the dawn with fresh eyes.
But what does that look like?
I am still discovering this aspect in my own life. I am leaving a legacy—as everyone does—and I want it to be meaningful. Worthwhile. I want to expend my life for the kingdom of God. I want my feet to carry the good news of hope. Hope that is unrestrained and certain. The hope that means “a confident expectation.” Yes.
Having the eyes of your hearts enlightened, that you may know what is the hope to which he has called you, what are the riches of his glorious inheritance in the saints” (Ephesians 1:18, ESV)
Thank you for joining in this journey.
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