Imaginative, life-giving stories and resources for abundant living
Sara is an innovative storyteller of page, stage, and screen, who journeys through life catching stories where they fly. Equipped with an overactive imagination, she loves writing stories that tell of the great Love that pursues us all. Sara loves writing stories and creating retreats and resources that awaken dreams and abundant life.
This allegorical tale of a woman on a hike with God will take your heart on a divine journey to explore the wilds of rest, experience the incomparable nature of God’s goodness, and awaken the deep places inside to freedom.
"This book hooked me the moment I opened it up. I had ordered it to read with my book club as I often open up books and began to read the first few pages to get a feel of the energy of them but this one I could not put down. This book was such an easy read but also made my soul feel good. The way Sara writes out her "hike" with God was extremely relatable to my own walk. I loved the beautiful use of metaphors in the book! I absolutely love this book and thank her for being a channel for me to listen in to what my soul is asking of me at this time in my life! "
"The first time I read this book- I couldn't put it down. Now I am re-reading one "chapter" at a time. It is easy to read and so filled with depth that I'm sure I will be enjoying it for years to come. I highly recommend this book - whether you have just met God - "Papa' -- or have walked with Him for years - this picture of the intimate and healthy relationship we can have will inform/inspire you -- it certainly has done that for me."
"I was reluctant to buy it at first since I generally only enjoy non-fiction, but it blew me away and brought me to tears at one point. It’s a beautiful, adventurous journey and was so revealing of my own heart!"
The last few months have been a trip. Actually there’ve been multiple trips, as some of you may be aware. And in the midst of the journey, lots of fine-tuning from the Father’s heart as I shift and move to walk with Him in this season. Lots of letting go and saying...
I don’t remember where we had dinner. But I do remember how the meal ended. My father looked around at the finished plates, cleaned his hands with his napkin, looked at his watch and said something like, “Okay, guys there’s one more place I want to stop by tonight and...
I’ve been going through old boxes this past week. My ever-evolving journey to downsize my life continues– own less, live more. I noticed something interesting this past go round – an unintentional collection of photos I had gathered over the years of people I...