Praise for Earth Psalms

Earth Psalms is a gorgeous book. The pages, the colors, the pictures and the cover are, themselves, works of art depicting brushstrokes of God on the breathtaking face of earth. But it's the writing—insightful, fragrant and personal—that breathes this beauty to life and transports us in our imaginations to each scene. What captivates me most is that beloved fiction author Francine Rivers invites us, in this nonfiction offering, not only into her Father's world but into her own. You will be so glad you came.”
— New York Times bestselling author Beth Moore

From the Blog

Changing Personal Traditions

Usually, New Year’s Eve will see me meditating and writing out my list of possibilities for the coming year. This year, respiratory flu has sapped me of energy to do anything but lounge under a blanket and watch episodes of “Star Trek” (the original) and “Twilight Zone” and then an entire season of … [Read More...]

Merry Christmas!

Rick and I just enjoyed one of our yearly traditions: watching “Ben Hur” (1959 with Charleton Heston) based on Lew Wallace’s novel, Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ published in 1880. The movie never fails to make me cry – several times. This version earned 11 Oscars, and still stands as one of the … [Read More...]

Transitions and Christmas

Moving is one of those activities that is listed high up on the stress charts.  We’ve now been in our new home for two months and the work hasn’t stopped.  I don’t think I’m stressed.  I don’t feel stressed.  Rick would be the one to tell you if he’s noticed any stress cracks showing up on the … [Read More...]