She doesn’t mess around, in the best way. As a sequin-wearing, homeschooling mother of four–a woman who adores Jesus, people, and words–Kris Camealy loves to go deep. In relationships. In the pursuit of Christ. In leading women to be raw and vulnerable and open to God changing their hearts. She’s beautiful in her authenticity, her willingness to surrender and trust God in making us brand new.
She texts me before her trip to the Santa Cruz Mountains, a grove of beauty and respite where she’ll lead women in hearing the voice of God.
I am going right through your town on Friday! Do you have time for coffee?
I adore her heart, her quiet boldness in leaning with Holy Spirit, the exquisite vulnerability and strength she offers when she paints and teaches and writes.
Yes! Absolutely! I can’t wait!
She’s the wise, indefatigable friend you wished lived right next door. The friend who loves God. The friend who mentors and creates and serves. The friend whose favorite thing to do is work alongside Jesus. The friend who does all she can to equip you to be the person God made you to be.
The book looks worn already. And I’ve had it just a few weeks. Pages dog-eared and stuck with post-its. Sentences penciled under, words I want to keep close and not forget.
Justin Camp is a guy I want you to meet. Okay, I am totally biased. This is the guy I married. And I like him. . . a lot. But, I promise, even if we weren’t married, and we didn’t work together, and we didn’t love cheering one another on . . . I would still want to profile him here. And it’s because his new book can be the gift you absolutely need.
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/6″][/vc_column][vc_column width=”4/6″][vc_column_text] It was a simple comment, spoken in Fellowship Hall during one of our church’s Mother’s Together mornings—a truth that helped change how I think about God: You don’t have to journal to have a relationship with God. Jesus didn’t journal, did He? For most of my life I believed God was someone
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/6″][/vc_column][vc_column width=”4/6″][vc_single_image image=”102″ img_size=”800 x 600″ alignment=”center”][vc_column_text]I’ve known Dolly Lee for almost nine years, since our kids were in preschool together. Dolly is the friend who sees you, who pursues you, who asks you to go on a walk and then asks you the tough questions that you needed to be asked. And she