Well, hello there!

This page used to be written in the third person. You know, Sherri is a published writer (I use that phrase loosely)…inspirational speaker…blah, blah, blah. Whatever. The truth is, it’s me writing all this stuff. So, why not just keep it real?

Here’s the obligatory scoop for those who want to know a little bit more about me.

Yup, my big claim to fame is that I was published in a sweet little devotional book for moms, It’s a Good Thing Children Are a Treasure… They’ve Broken All My Other Ones. (I’m not even sure if it’s still in print.) I also do some speaking and preaching now and then, have written devotionals and newsletters for a world-wide ministry, and have held roles as leader of women’s ministries, worship leader, and lay-counselor.

I have both a highly creative and highly over-analytical side – the two often butting heads in my brain. You can imagine how fun it is up there.

With these two completely opposite ways of processing life ever vying for my sanity and leading me on, my heart’s desire is to share my life with others who are also on a journey towards growth and freedom. I believe we can help each other. Learn from each other. And support each other.

I try to live honestly, like to laugh (oftentimes at the expense of others), and try to make tough truths easier to swallow by sharing my own struggles with complete transparency and humor. Well, almost complete transparency. My husband gets a vote here.

Oh. And I do have a B.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies, if that really matters. Truth is, I just happen to love school, love learning, and love studying the Bible because it’s the most intriguing, challenging, life-giving collection of Words on the planet. #hugefan

Besides all of that, I am madly in love with my husband, Norm, and our beautiful, ever-growing family. Those are my best bragging rights, by far.

Peace and grace to you and yours!

4 thoughts on “

  1. Chris Monahan (@iceczar)

    Didn’t know you were a student AND a budding author (in addition to all the other wonderful things). The depth of your beauty is stunning.
    May God keep you on a straight path and may He be glorified by your accomplishments.


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