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Adventure Devos!
What do facial wounds, near drownings, and chasing wolves have in common?  

Find out in Adventure Devos – a devotional for those who love the risk, danger and challenge of outdoor adventure, and who crave relevant insight into God’s Word.

Skydiving and Choosing Wisely
Tying Knots and Fighting Temptation
A Polar Plunge and Following the Crowd 
Sat Phones and Connecting to God
Grand Canyon Rafting and Holy Living 

Captivating photos inspire while stories of caving, hiking and rappelling unpack Biblical insights for godly living with family, work, friends and community. We dare you take the plunge!


Completed, Not-Yet Published Manuscripts 

Top Secret: African Gray
Christian Romance
As they pursue an international threat, characters also wage spiritual wars, battling God’s role in tragedy and the depth of His forgiveness for the darkest sins.

Keeper of the Keys 
Young Adult Fiction Romance
Book One of the Ephee series and 2015 NanoWriMo Winner 
When Kaylynn's father is killed in an ambush, Kaylynn learns more about herself than she ever could've imagined. 

Warrior of Strength 
Young Adult Fiction Romance
Book 2 of the Ephee series, 2016 NaNoWriMo Winner
The enemy strips Kelly, the strongest warrior in two realms, of her memories. Winning means losing when she faces off against her family and closest friends without mercy or memory.  

Stranger Questions
Christian Romance
Alexandria finds herself unwittingly sandwiched between the royal family  and their enemies’ vow of assassination and she must fight alongside them, simultaneously battling her feelings for the oldest prince, who is betrothed to someone else. 



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My lungs seized instantly and every single limb declared mutiny at once. I tried to kick and stroke to the surface, but all I managed was a twitchy doggy paddle.  My face broke the surface and I pressed my palms to the tarp on the ice. I attempted to push up but my arms declared strike. 

Peer pressure—the pressure to save face in front of others—leads us to make decisions that we would often never make on our own. 

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"The Day I Almost Drowned"

Fear and faith cannot co-exist. Do you agree with that statement? Why or why not?
Think of a time you were truly scared. What caused the fear? Loss of life? Pain? Loss of money, reputation, or life circumstance?
In light of today’s verses, how would you hope to deal with it differently?