I’m ecstatic to announce that Seek and The Thief, the Damsel, and the Dragon are on SALE for 99c each today! 99 cents! That’s cheaper than a coffee or candy–and just as tasty. 😉

You can grab your choice–OR EVEN BOTH! This sale ends on Friday night… so don’t miss this, and be sure to share it around! I don’t want anyone to miss it. Click the links below!



Seek is a Christian thriller that deals with abusive relationships, healing, and has plenty of action-packed pacing to go along with the spiritual themes!

The Thief, the Damsel, and the Dragon is a sweet Christian romance fit for readers 12+! The romance is clean and there’s themes of forgiveness, sprinkled with hilarity. A perfect Valentine’s Day read!

I sincerely hope you snag a copy and share the news. 🙂 Reviews on Amazon and/or Goodreads are like chocolate, so I’d ADORE if you left one. 


– Angie





fight on,

till the morning light peeks above the black horizon,

and pierces the atmosphere that robs your lungs of air,

fight on till the dawn rests its warmth on your weary shoulders.


fight on,

keep your eyes lifted to the battlefield before you,

faint not at the blood that you shed,

for the glory of the Victor is higher than fleshly desires.


fight on,

fight on as nimbly as a dancer,

when the trumpets sound above the voices that plague your spirit,

fight till praise fills your ears and the war is won with rejoicing,


fight on, child,

be bold, for the LORD our God is our Triumph,

and courage is ours to wield with both hands,

so fight on through the storm, no matter what the future holds, because we are the warriors.

– Angie


PS. I have a special announcement this Valentine’s day! If you’re part of my newsletter or Facebook street team, you’ll get a heads up! So if you wanna join the team, let me know!


I stumbled across this song last week or so, while reading my Bible and listening to Bethel’s Even If (All The More) by Jeremy Riddle. I hadn’t heard it before, though I’ve enjoyed Riddle’s music from Bethel for a while now, and was pretty moved by the message.

The lyrics that really grabbed my heart were…

Even when I feel defeat
I will live from victory
I will rise up and I’ll praise You all the more

It got me thinking about how often I feel tired, and defeated, and worried, and lost. About how often I lay fleeces before the Lord, begging to understand. About how often I yearn for a day of victory–a day where peace is there and I don’t have to fight for it. I’ve got the wrong mindset in the moments where I think of these things. A very wrong idea.

I am not looking for a day of victory because Jesus has already overcome the world. My Scripture verse for the year is John 16:33 and I just keep reminding myself of it daily… Because I do not have to wait for anything. I don’t have to wait for victory because Jesus has already won.

Jesus has won. Jesus will never be defeated.

My identity is in Christ. I’ll be defeated. Again and again. I’ll sin, make mistakes, fall down, fail… I’ll be torn apart by Satan because I love Jesus. The world will absolutely hate us. (Matthew 10:24, John 15:18). But doesn’t that make you bold? Courageous? We humans have the ability to praise Jesus and live in victory! We can do what the Lord calls us to do and have full confidence that He will never forsake us. Whatever pain befalls us, the glory that awaits us in heaven is bigger than any glory we could gain on this earth. Who can stand against us when Jesus has overcome the world?

We can live in victory every day, every moment, no matter what pain we face, because Jesus has won, and His love is far greater than any curses Satan or demons can tie us down with. We are free in the spirit through Jesus. We may grow tired, and bloody, and scared–but we must live in victory at all times. And what better way to show victory and love than to praise God? He loves to hear our voices… so let’s lift them up!

Even if my heart should break
Even if I’m still afraid
I will rise up and I’ll praise You all the more.

 God bless,



A shiver,

s h i v e r,

it crawls, it whispers, it caresses

my hideous skin,

and weaves across my creaking spine,

tickling my heart of stone and causing my whirling mind to plummet,

a shiver touches my lips

and my teeth chatter

as I fight the lies the shivers bring,

s h i v e r.

A face in the mirror,

a plastered smile, wide and kind,

eyes shining weary.

A shiver slivers across my skin again

and I wonder

what it is like

to peer into the mirror

and see something that doesn’t cause



s h i v e r.


– Angie

Did you miss Diamonds 2019? – Post-Conference Thoughts — Romans 5:3-5

Well, that was awesome. I’m still in awe and amazement over what God did through Diamonds 2019, the free conference for chronically ill Christians I hosted over the weekend. It’s crazy! When I first decided to pursue this project, I told one of my best friends that this was going to have to be a…

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