Have you ever wondered what the writing process looks like for a blind author? Well, it’s unique for sure, and one of the reasons I’m able to do what I do is because I have a great relationship with my editor, Mike Wakefield!
He and I were guests on Lifeway’s MARKED Podcast, and today we’ll take you behind the scenes. You’ll get to hear all about our writing process and how we work together, plus the inside scoop on our newest project. Listen to the episode!
Get ready, sister! We’re going to St. Louis, Missouri, for a Fresh Grounded Faith conference. But don’t worry—there’s no need to pack your bags! Since we’re going on the podcast, that means St. Louis is coming to you!
Today I’m joined by former Facts of Life actress, Lisa Whelchel, plus former lead singer of Newsong, Michael O’Brien, and we’re answering all kinds of questions from the audience. We like to call this part of the conference “Spill the Beans,” and it’s one of my favorites because we share lots of laughter while also getting real about our faith.
For billions of people around the world—and for me—Heaven is an awe-inspiring place, and I look forward to when I get to experience it in person. But there are so many who doubt that Heaven exists and question if there’s life after death.
Well, on this BONUS episode of the 4:13 Podcast, we get to hear proof from investigative author and theologian, Lee Strobel, as he makes a case for Heaven. He’ll explore the evidence for an afterlife as he addresses mankind’s biggest fear: death. Plus, you’ll get three reasons that you can know Heaven is real.
I talked about how I memorize Scripture and the messages I speak from stage. And, believe me, whether you’re blind like I am or you have perfect 20/20 vision, I’ve got a few tricks up my sleeve that can help you too as you memorize, well … anything!
Today on the 4:13 Podcast, I’m spilling the beans with some of my favorite people!
Liz Curtis Higgs, Tammy Trent, and Michael O’Brien joined me for a Fresh Grounded Faith event in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and we had a great conversation around the bistro table answering all kinds of questions from the audience.