Make Haste Slowly

I'm excited to show off the newly re-designed cover of my first Short Creek Mystery, Make Haste Slowly! Set in small-town Texas populated with intriguing characters, this cozy mystery will keep you guessing until the last page. Read it for free on Kindle Unlimited, or purchase for $3.99! "Make Haste Slowly by Amy Rognlie is... Continue Reading →

A New Story

God is writing a new story on the pages of my life. Not a tale I would have chosen...one that requires not only an umbrella, but a sword. And some sturdy hiking boots. But see the pen over there, on the right? It's His pen. His story. And, as Elizabeth Goudge says of her character,... Continue Reading →

The Question: Part 2

As we continue our look at the story of blind Bartimaeus (Luke 10:46-52), we remember that in the previous post, we learned that: Bartimaeus called out to Jesus, not as his last resort, but as his only hope. God’s  heart is moved by persistence. Persistent prayer. Persistent desire. Persistent belief. (Two parables: Luke 18:1-6 and... Continue Reading →

A Prayer for New Beginnings

Today, I'd like to share a prayer that has been meaningful to me on my faith journey. This prayer, found in the book, Celtic Benediction by J. Philip Newell, expresses a longing for the Holy Spirit to work in our lives in a new and fresh way. Are you aching for this, too? In the... Continue Reading →

The Question: Part 1

"Blindness has its compensations. It leads to a certain steadfast brooding upon thoughts, free from disturbing influences." Alexander Maclaren I can't imagine being blind. But as I've been studying the biblical story of Bartimaeus, I've tried. To imagine it, that is. In fact, I've tried to imagine the whole story...to put myself in the crowd... Continue Reading →

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