About Your Humble Author

Hi. Thanks for reading. My name’s Laura and I’m a Christian. I’m also a teacher, a writer, a daughter, a sister and sister-in-law, and an Auntie, both by blood and by love. I write about whatever topic strikes my fancy, which to date has included: theology, books, poetry, movies, television, singleness, dating, marriage, children, church history, controversies, sports, travel, fashion, food, and Harry Potter.

Please feel free to comment on old posts. I love re-starting those discussions!

I love reading, listening to records, talking about Mad Men, watching PBS Masterpiece, arguing theology, cooking, and hanging with my incredibly talented and amazing friends, preferably while doing one or more of the above activities. I started this blog more than six years ago. My goal here is to write clearly and well for the glory of God. You can reach me at awildernesslife@gmail.com.

I am a member of Sojourn Community Church in Louisville, KY.


4 thoughts on “About Your Humble Author

  1. I’m a huge fan of Downton Abbey , adored the Shrimpy scene. Maggie Smith’s line deliverance was beyond perfection. But I was confused by the “how many Marquis’s de Flintshire do you know” part. I wasn’t sure if maybe Violet had another title, and she was identifying herself to the person on the other end of the phone, or if that was Shrimpy’s title. I searched google to clarify and was led to your blog. Based on what you wrote, I’m now thinking it’s his title. Thank you for the info.

  2. Laura – if you are the one who posted a reply to “Beverly” on Dr. Moore’s page “Moore to the Point,” then THANK YOU !!! YOU are among the few. You gave Godly and wise advise to this dear suffering sis. As a matter of fact, you are the first one, (in print), I have seen actually tie in “church discipline” with the act of “divorce.” it was eloquently put and ACCURATE. Our culture, (the so called “Christian one), has SOLD OUT to the “happy” and not the “joy.” I KNOW that if we OBEY, then that leads to JOY, and eventually our “JOY” brings about “happiness.” Again, thanks.

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