I never really had a dream to write. It was just something I discovered I loved to do. The more I wrote, the more I saw expression of the hidden dreams I’d been holding on to. This year, I have taken on more writing challenges I never would have imagined. I joined Story 101 with dreamfire-builder-life-affirmer, Elora.
Through Story 101 sessions, I also met another wonderful dream-firestarter, Brandy, and somehow, I said yes to being a contributing writer for Wild Goslings, a book on engaging children in the mysteries of God in ways that allow them to experience God without religious constraints. To borrow a term from across the waters in England … I was and still am “gobsmacked.” I never imagined I would have stepped out of my zone of comfort to write on something about which I care deeply and that matters to my soul – encouraging the dreamers to make those imaginative ideas tangible realities. This, my friends, is the essence of how we help our children dream too. Continue reading What It Means to Help Children Dream