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Lisa M. Clark spends her days reading and writing about God’s love for all people. She is an editor and writer for Concordia Publishing House, and she loves the opportunity to work on resources that share the saving message of Jesus Christ. A St. Louis native, she has an undying love for the Cardinals and Ted Drewes custard.

As a writer, Lisa takes joy in exploring a variety of genres, writing or contributing to the following:

Children:
Happy Times
Jesus Heals the Man at the Pool
The Songs of Christmas
My Devotions

Devotionals:
Blessings & Prayers for Parents
Portals of Prayer

Fiction:
The Messengers: Discovered
The Messengers: Concealed

Music and Worship:
“Brought to the Water”
Creative Worship for the Lutheran Parish, hymn texts
Sing & Wonder:
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Lisa M. Clark I'm excited to be in the editing phase of Revealed, the final installment of The Messengers trilogy. At the same time, I'm working on hymns and my new…moreI'm excited to be in the editing phase of Revealed, the final installment of The Messengers trilogy. At the same time, I'm working on hymns and my new blog, Why of a Writer. It helps to keep the genres changing when I'm itching to write but need a break from one project or the other! (less)
Lisa M. Clark I think we limit ourselves when we think of "writing" as the moment we sit down to the pad of paper or keyboard. I'm always prewriting, thinking,…moreI think we limit ourselves when we think of "writing" as the moment we sit down to the pad of paper or keyboard. I'm always prewriting, thinking, mulling things over in my head. I'll talk things out, I'll take walks--these all fit under the work of writing.

So I rarely sit down unless I already feel ready to get something down on the screen or paper. I'm not totally prepared, of course, but I have ideas in my mind I'm ready to test out on the page. If I run out of ideas, I don't usually let myself stare at the screen for long. Time to do laundry or dishes! Often, I can work out the sticking points in my head without the frustration of staring at the blinking cursor. (less)
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The Messengers: Discovered

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I just came back from a wonderful vacation. Things I packed: swimsuit, sunscreen, novel, writing journal.

Actually, this list is similar to my vacation suitcase since I was a grade schooler. Even though I didn’t necessarily write all the time as a kid, when vacation rolled around, I would grab a notebook and let my imagination loose on the long car trips to our final destination.

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Oakes' writing is downright intoxicating. I enjoyed both the written and Audible versions of this book, and time always flew as I read/listened. Oakes' writing voice is clear, strong, and beautiful. She welcomes us into her imagination, and I don't w ...more
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Oakes' Wonderland is filled with terror and beauty, executed with creative precision. I am in awe of the imagery Oakes uses in her writing, and I easily get lost in her world. We all know where this trilogy must end, yet somehow, Colleen helps us for ...more
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