What Others Are Saying

“Samantha is one of those rare individuals who light up the lives of people around them. Give her a few minutes, and you’ll feel like you’ve known her for years. Her thoughtful, authentic writing brings a tremendous gift to the world.”

Ben Arment, Author of Church in the Making, Creator of STORYChicago.com and DreamYear.net

 

“I first caught the fresh perspective of Samantha’s writing when we worked together at RightNow Ministries. And I admired her commitment when she left to stay at home with her growing family. I’m happy I still can enjoy her godly insight through her blog and find myself gently challenged by her words … like having coffee with a friend.”

Jackie Mosley, Publisher of Leadership Resources for RightNow Media

 

“From her very first day, years ago, as a student in my Freshman Composition course, Samantha stood out. Her determination, motivation, and winning personality infused all of her work then and continues to do so now. Samantha is a godly young woman, wife and mother, and an excellent steward of her many gifts and talents. Her accomplishments continue to amaze me and make me proud.

Karen Swallow Prior, Ph.D., Associate professor of English and Chair of the English and modern languages department at Liberty University. Regular contributor for Christianity Today’s women’s blog: Her.meneutics.

 

“With so many voices in the blogosphere, it can be hard to stand out. Samantha Krieger does so in the way that every writer should aspire to: with consistently insightful and engaging commentary on the Christian life that is a pleasure to read.”

Aaron Armstrong, Author of Awaiting a Savior: The Gospel, The New Creation & The End of Poverty. Writer for the popular blog: BloggingTheologically.com

 

 

“Samantha Krieger has a heart for women that I just love. Her authenticity comes through in her writing in beautiful, inspiring ways. I’ve been a fan of Samantha’s writing (and Samantha herself!) for years now. She’s real. She writes and speaks with tenderness, honesty, and wisdom.”

Brandy Bruce, former Focus on the Family Book Editor, author, blogger, wife & mother

 

“Despite being one of my favorite blogs, Samantha’s blog entries often sit unread in my inbox for a few days before I open them. I know that her words will challenge me to search my heart and God’s will for my life. I appreciate her honest, open discussions about struggles and triumphs in faith, marriage and parenting. When I finally sit down to read her thoughtful, Godly perspective, I am always glad I did.”

Anna Lewis, 9 year subscriber, stay-at-home mom


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