The Light on the Hills


I’ve been reading some old stories in preparation for sharing some on Fridays over at Story Warren and I came across this little gem from Mrs. W. K. Clifford. It’s from her collection, Very Short Stories, written around the turn of the last century. While it’s probably too didactic for children to enjoy and has […]

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“My, My Heart Like a…Kickstart!” Images and Words from a Memorable Weekend


We are over the moon about how well the kickstarter launch for The Green Ember has gone so far. If you missed the wild weekend, here’s a brief (I hope!) summary. We launched on Friday morning at 6am. Our goal was to reach $10,000 in pre-sales within 30 days. We genuinely had absolutely no idea […]

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Why Are Storytellers Often Bad Preachers and Preachers Often Bad Storytellers?


This subject deserves more attention, but consider this a timid foray into a field with tall grass and various lurking beasts all of which this adventurer cannot hope to see. A friend recently bemoaned the apparent problem that many of our leading theologians are disconnected from good storytelling and that many of our leading storytellers […]

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Five Questions for Clay Clarkson, Author of Educating the WholeHearted Child


Clay Clarkson is a relatively new friend of mine, but one I greatly appreciate and treasure. His contribution at Story Warren has been crucial, both in his wonderful posts, and his wise counsel to me leading up to our launch. I treasure his friendship. Clay’s book (written with his wife, Sally), Educating the WholeHearted Child, […]

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