"The Road Ahead" is book of my stories of the ways God has been involved in my life. I write my stories in order to see and remember the steps I've traveled to come to the place I am currently. My journey is not finished. There are stories and adventures left to walk, run, or fly through. My hope is that some pieces of my stories will catch and stick with you and will encourage you to look at your own stories of God's love adventures and growing points with you. We each have turning points, people or events that somehow spoke and got through in a way that changed us. Remembering such stories lets us trace our own path of growth through good times and hard times and we begin to be able to see a bit more clearly Love's hand at work bringing us up to become the "me" that Love already sees.
Sometimes its hard to see it, but you are already so very loved.
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About the Author
I have been a seeker after God (nearly) all my life. Beginning on the cradle role at Bellevue Presbyterian in Washington State, or perhaps in 3rd grade Sunday school when I became the mission project for the class because I didn't raise my hand to say I was born again, or perhaps at a Junior High camp at Seabeck, Washington where I did graft my stick in the log to signify I was part of the body of Christ, or perhaps it started in late High School when I started asking questions (out loud) that others couldn't answer very well, or college when I was baptized (finally) by immersion by the Baptists I was doing a prison ministry with, teaching Sunday School and being a chaperon taking 150 voice high school choir to sing and do ministry on the beaches around Waikiki. Or perhaps it was as an adult, sitting in church listening to people pray from up front, wondering what God was doing with all our prayers over the years, and finally challenging God to show me, because I couldn't see how our prayers which didn't actually ask for anything, could actually be answered. Its been a journey, which seems to continue and get deeper as I walk it out and find just how much I'm loved, if only I could remember that always.