Say it with grace.

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You've encountered them. So have I. Words that made you laugh and sigh, words that made you remember. Messages that challenged you, stretched you, inspired you to dance, or seared your soul. Thoughts scribbled in ink, etched in granite, uttered in prayer. And you were changed. Whether you want to write them or share them, you can find just the right words to change lives. Say it better. Say it with grace.

Teaching Your Children about Creation

I often hear moms ask how to teach their...

Finding Rest

We just welcomed a new grandbaby into our lives....

Those Who Dream

“When the Lord brought back the captive...

More About Our Company

Hi, I’m Jayme. Welcome to my blog.

While I serve at a Christian organization as Director of Communications and Executive Editor of publications and content, this is my personal blog.

If you spend much time here, you’re probably a Christian, looking for encouragement, inspiration, or motivation to grow closer to our Lord. I write about Christian living and how to communicate your faith with others.

You may be a mom, needing encouragement to smile when you’ve just discovered that your preschooler gave his sister her first haircut. I’ve been there, and by the way, big bows come in handy.

Maybe you’re a homeschooler. I’ve also been there–for 22 years. I can help you help your children get into college, get scholarships and internships, and excel in their studies and programs.

Or you may be a writer, seeking  to sharpen your communication skills.  In my day job, I manage a staff of writers, editors, media managers, designers, and professional communicators. We develop books, magazines, devotionals, scripts, media presentations, web content, radio and film, social media, advertising and promotional materials, and other communications resources.

My passion is to write about our amazing God and share His unending grace with you. We are truly His beloved children and blessed far beyond what we can ever imagine.

My Goal for You

I want you to experience the fullness of God’s grace. My goal is to inspire you to be amazed by our incredible Creator’s work, to encourage you through the rough places in life, and to help you build the skills to effectively share your faith–through testimony, writing, speaking, mentoring/discipleship, and day-to-day living.

Only you can tell your unique story and communicate the message with the gifts God has given you. I’d like to help you write it, say it, and live it with grace. Ultimately, I want you to face each day with awe, anticipating the overwhelming goodness of our Lord!

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Recent Blog Posts

January 31, 2017 |

Teaching Your Children about Creation

I often hear moms ask how to teach their children about creation. I think we get scared by the science. It’s as...

January 30, 2017 |

Finding Rest

We just welcomed a new grandbaby into our lives. I am now Mimi to three precious little ones, and I’m having so...

January 27, 2017 |

Those Who Dream

“When the Lord brought back the captive ones of Zion, we were like those who dream. Then our mouth was...

January 25, 2017 |

Top 10 Tips for Writers

1. Write wow content. 2. Writing is your job: Write every day—something. Be productive. Write as long as it takes...

March 25, 2015 |

Building Your Brand

—by Karis Vigil, M.S.   Every year just after Thanksgiving, the questions start: What do you want for...

December 10, 2014 |

The Apollo 13 Approach to Writing

Do you remember the scene in the movie Apollo 13 where the guys at mission control scramble to find a fix—and...

December 4, 2014 |

Subtitle Mysteries

In over two dozen years of writing, I’ve faced some challenges—from ghostwriting books about organ donation and...

November 16, 2014 |

Quote for Writers

“You can fix anything but a blank page.” – Nora Roberts

November 15, 2014 |

Quote for Writers

Think left and think right and think low and think high. Oh, the things you can think up if only you try!”...

November 14, 2014 |

Quote for Writers

“Words – so innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they...

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