• March 26, 2018


    Enjoying the Journey Dad, but Missing You

    Dad died eight years ago today. (This last minute post started as a note for family and friends on my personal Facebook page, but before hitting send, I decided it’s[...]

  • May 12, 2017


    Writing Fiction is Scary

    There, I said it. Besides the fact that it’s hard work to keep creating stories, putting those ideas on paper in a format that others can access (from my mind[...]

  • January 17, 2017


    Dear Christians, we need to do better…

    Over the last few weeks, some annual lists came out that have me heartbroken, frustrated, and more than a little angry. One of my goals on this blog and social[...]

  • October 8, 2015


    Women of Acts: Sapphira

    (If you would like to read these posts in order, here's the link to the "Intro to the Women of Acts." The Bible references are linked so you can read them[...]

  • February 17, 2015


    I am not ashamed…

    Growing up in an active Christian community in Wisconsin was a blessing.  In the Midwest it wasn't cool to be a Christian. You either were or you weren't, there was little,[...]

  • May 23, 2014


    Women of Acts: Series Introduction

    One of my passions over the last twenty-five years has been studying and teaching the women of the Bible. Did you know there are 180 women named in the Bible and[...]

  • February 27, 2014


    Encouragement from the Woman with the Issue of Blood

    I've suffered from chronic and invisible illnesses since I was a teenager. Migraines at 15, endometriosis at 17, back issues thanks to a car accident in college, Crohn's Disease and[...]

  • December 28, 2013


    What if Jesus were on Twitter?

  • June 13, 2013


    New Conversation Among Baptists About Mental Illnesses

    Mental illness is getting a lot of press time due to the tragic shootings and high-profile suicides lately. This tends to be a delicate topic since so little is known[...]

  • June 2, 2013


    Women in the Honor Roll of Faith

    Hebrews 11 is often referred to as the “Honor Roll of the Faithful.”  It lists the many people who were remembered, not for being perfect or better than others, but[...]

Kathryn McClatchy
I am a Christian, wife, mother, friend, reader, daydreamer, writer, teacher, digital media strategist, public speaker, stroke survivor, assistance dog partner, and so much more.

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