Existential Quandary Have you ever wondered where God came from? Benjamin Collier tackles this mind-blowing question – an Existential Quandary. … “In Genesis it says “In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth.” and then it says, “The earth was without form and void”. There’s something in this passage that I […]
Christian author, Lynne Collier, writes Christian Speculative Fiction and Fantasy. Here she explains the differences between overt and non-overt fiction. What Is Christian Speculative Fiction? “Biblical [Christian] Speculative Fiction is speculative fiction which uses Christian themes and incorporates the Christian worldview…” — Wikipedia. In many of the modern Christian fiction novels, the characters are mainly Christian and act on […]
In 2001, Janis gave her life to Christ. She started journaling as a way to organize her thoughts, feelings, and prayers. She is a member of two cross-Canada Christian writers’ groups, The Word Guild and Inscribe Christian Writers Fellowship. She is adamant that all Christians need to spend time in God’s Word.
Janis has been blogging since 2008. In 2012 she published an award-winning children’s book Tadeo Turtle. She ran a group blog called Under the Cover of Prayer for four years.
Recently she joined Hope Stream Radio, an Internet radio station.Her talk Growing Through God’s Word can be heard each Tuesday.
In addition to a career as a homemaker and teacher in the public school system, Janis was a partner in a Canadian small business with her husband, Wayne. They currently reside in Haliburton, Ontario, Canada and winter in Mesa, Arizona. Their family of three married children and seven grandchildren keep them active and enthused. Snowball, their maltipoo dog, is a fun loving ball of fur whose need for walks keeps them outside and exercising often.
Janis loves tell others about what God has done and is doing in her life.
Janis can be reached on her website, Growing Through God’s Word and on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter.
Anna lives with her husband and two sons in Northern Ontario. She’s married to a minister/church-planter/rugby professor. The two sons she is raising fill her life with many blessings, even on the hard days. She loves to spend time outdoors with her men, and curling up in a big blanket with a good book.
Anna’s book, Discovering Hope, was written as Anna journeyed through the first ten years of healing after the stillbirth of her middle son, Caleb Joshua Freedom Sklar, on May 21, 2003.
Proceeds from the sale of Discovering Hope will be used for charity donations, distribution of free copies, or family mission trips.