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Hi, I’m Samantha. I am so glad you’re here. On this blog, you’ll find me writing candidly about my faith, marriage, family, and more. I write fresh perspectives on the Christian faith and connect them to real life; sharing the joys and the struggles. Because the struggle is real, and God’s grace is so abundant!

I’m passionate about helping wives and moms live out their faith in real life. That is a huge reason why I wrote my new devotional book, Quiet Time: A 30-day Retreat for Moms in the Trenches. I’ve been so encouraged by the feedback and reviews from the book and that it is offering hope to women who need it.

My husband Jeremiah and I have been married for 11 years. We have 4 young children, ages 8 to 3 yrs. old (yes, it’s a beautiful mess at times!). We live in rural Colorado and pastor a wonderful church. I prefer to start the day with a nice run, iced coffee, my Bible, and a quiet house. But as you know, it isn’t always in that order and the house is rarely quiet!

In this space, I pray you will find hope, encouragement, and inspiration in your life and
faith. If you’ve read something that has helped you in your journey, I’d love to hear from you. Thank you so much for reading!

Formal Bio:

Samantha Krieger is a writer and editor in Northeast Colorado. Through story, personal reflection, and biblical insight she is passionate about helping others live out their faith in everyday life.

Prior to becoming a stay-at-home mom, she wrote youth and adult Bible study curriculum for Rightnow Media—one of the largest Christian video publishing companies.

Samantha is a regular contributor for Start Marriage Right, Kirk Cameron’s TheCourage.comFortheFamily.orgBelieve.com, and has contributed to several books on Christian living with Focus on the Family and LifeWay. She writes a column for her local newspaper called Samantha’s Salt.

Samantha’s writing has also appeared in LifeWay’s Collegiate Magazine, Focus on the Family, ChurchLeaders.com, Heart Magazine, Dallas Theological Seminary Student Journal, and Wesleyan Publishing House. She holds a B.A. in English from Liberty University and a M.A. in Religion with an emphasis in Church Ministries.

Samantha and her husband Jeremiah are busy raising four children: John (8), Rebekah (6), Hannah (5), and William (4).

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