Saturday, May 29, 2010

I am NOT Ann Voskamp's Literary Agent...but I Love Her Writing

In previous posts I have sung the praises of Ann Voskamp, farmer's wife, great mom, homeschooler, writer, transparent and honest pilgrim and, in my opinion, a very special person.  We've been in their home.  Their six children all told us what their responsibilities are on the farm.  I've been the recipient of Ann's encouragement.  She understood me and felt my pain when others could only shake their heads.  Thanks, Ann!  Please check out her Holy Experience blog.  There isn't a better site on the my humble (???) opinion.

Here's what someone else has written about Ann:

Ann Voskamp endeavors to write the way Jesus taught: in story … in stories that make you feel, help you see, and give you hope to find yourself. A communicator who draws beauty out of the simplest of details, she believes that only words that really matter — are the ones we live.
Through story Ann encourages in columns at DaySpring’s  (in)courage, The High Calling of Our Daily Work and The Girlhood Companion and her series of books support ministries such as World Vision and Compassion.
She’s currently working on a new project for Zondervan.
A farmer’s wife and home educator, Ann and her husband raise corn, beans, and a half dozen kids as an act of worship to the Gift-Giver whose glory cannot be contained. She scratches down their stories at

1 comment:

  1. That's very nice, David. I've heard many good things about her and her blog. Thanks for sharing about her.