My faith

Posts regarding my faith.

Abigail Ward: Life After The Athena File

by Jennifer Haynie (@JenniferHaynie1) What’s the best cure for a broken heart? I should know. January of 2017 stank. Big time. You see, David Shepherd and I had been a couple for over six months by that point. Then things happened. Martin Luther King Weekend is a weekend I’d rather forget. When we had The ...continue reading

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Pestilence, Fear, and Vikings

by Jennifer Haynie @JenniferHaynie1 Blogger’s note: Initially, I had planned on launching blog posts related to my upcoming novel, No Options. But due to the onslaught of COVID-19, I decided instead to put off those posts until next week and instead address my observations about what’s been happening near me. Friday afternoon, I stared in ...continue reading

Why I Do What I Do Part 2: Writing

by Jennifer Haynie @JenniferHaynie1 “Why do you write?” We writers get this question a lot.  And it’s a good one to think about.  I’ve heard lots of answers over the years, and they can be as varied as the writers themselves. Last week, I mentioned that when I was in high school, I took some ...continue reading

Advent Week 4: Light

Note: Advent, of course, is over now, but this miniseries wouldn’t be complete without one last post. January is my hardest month. Sure, the days are starting to get longer, but the difference in when the sun sets is so miniscule that it’s hard to notice. In the morning, it’s almost like the sun struggles ...continue reading

Advent Week 3: Stillness

by Jennifer Haynie @JenniferHaynie1 “Be still and know that I am God.” -Psalm 46:10 (NIV) One of my favorite times of day is dawn. Don’t get me wrong. I’m so not a morning person. Matter of fact, I joke that getting vertical is agony. But when I’m up, I truly do enjoy the dawn. It’s ...continue reading