Kris is a writer and the author of three children’s books. She’s been happily married to her college sweetheart for 30 years and going strong! She is privileged to be the mother of two amazing young adults, Blake 24 and Bailey 20. She is a two-time breast cancer survivor, having spent the better part of the last decade in the battle. Kris and her family reside in Omaha, Nebraska where her husband is the senior pastor of a large interdenominational church. Because she’s passionate about nurturing young mothers, she’s been leading a small group of pastors wives for 10 years. Kris adores her family, loves reading books, spending time with friends, cooking, biking, being awestruck by creation, playing games (and winning) and enjoying all kinds of chocolate!

8 Responses to “About”

  1. christie toland Says:

    Hi Kris, wanted to thank you for your beautiful writing and I am enouraged by you, living in each moment!

  2. ReadersHeaven Says:

    Hi, nice to meet you !

  3. nancy walker Says:

    Bathrooms, oh that was funny. I to have go into a men’s room. A little boy was using the bathroom, when he saw me he turned at me STILL using and wet me all over my jean, the look on his face was so cool. I just laughed and walk yout , went home to change. since then I always look at the sign on the door.
    nancy walker
    dothan, al

  4. Christy Says:

    Kris, I was at Trinity to meet with Stephanie, who is helping me to work on writing music and learning the piano. As I shared my heart regarding worship, she said to me that I should listen to your message from this past Sunday on “Dreams”. I can tell you that is was an ontime message. One of those moments that is orchestrated by God for a specfic time and purpose. I had been trying to meet with Stephanie for several weeks and this was the perfect time and moment for me to receive the message that you had given. I have read the “Dream Giver” some years ago and was grateful for the reminder to always keep my heart and mind up on him and off of the dream. Thank you for sharing your heart.

  5. Marti Wanning Says:

    You were so free on Sunday. It was real. And your daughter singing…!! That song really suited her.
    I think of my lilly-of-the-valley as the teens I love. They are often covered by the stuff in the way, but when you get down to examine them, they are treasures.

  6. Mande Saitta Says:

    Hi Kris! You mentioned your blog at the service on Sunday, so I had to check it out….I’ve loved reading your thoughts and musings! The poem about your father is beautiful and profound….brought me to tears! You got some chuckles out of me too:) Thank you for blessing my morning….I’m excited to read more! 🙂

    Have a blessed day!

  7. Dawn Pasco Says:

    Hi Kris, A neighbor of mine told me about your website. I have really enjoyed reading some of your blogs. You have great insight and life experiences to share. Several of my friends have battled breast cancer successfully as well. I have just recently started blogging and want to eventually link to other sites I enjoy reading. I’m not very computer savy so it has been a slow learning process. I would love to include your site.

  8. Tracy Rice Says:

    Life is flowing from you.

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