Create a healthier family life from the inside out

Have you ever looked at the cross this way?

Overcoming the Need to “Medicate” Emotional Pain

It is human nature to flinch and flee from physical and emotional pain....

Who Will Inherit My Treasure?

I have seen a squirrel run up a tree backwards. I have seen the pale blue...

The Red Pill Revisited

I celebrated my 30th “spiritual birthday” last December 13th. For those...

Using Conflict to Strengthen Your Relationships

We can use conflict to batter one another. Or we can use it to sharpen ourselves and build deeper relationships with friends and family. The choice is ours.

Burying a Friend in the Back Yard

I’m not usually given to weepiness over a pet. I only have a dog,...

New Year’s Acid

What's it take it keep our New Year’s resolutions? Most of them get...

What’s your Wattage?

In our modern terminology, radiance has taken on a distinctly feminine...

Is the Bible Chick-Lit?

When it comes right down to it, God is just a sappy romantic....

God’s Hat Rack

Hats are interesting. They mark us. They identify our occupations. Think...

How You Be Lovin’?

Whose definition of love do you live by? It is such a simple yet profound...

Books by Kim Pullen

The Intimacy Manifesto (Non-Fiction)

Intimacy ≠ Sex. But even the most spiritually-minded equate them. Or we think intimacy is reserved for marriage. We couldn’t be more wrong!

Intimacy is so essential to all our meaningful relationships, we can’t have a healthy relationship without it.

It’s time to redefine intimacy and commit yourself to deep, meaningful relationships with God and a circle of safe others.

The Chasm Crosser (Fiction)

The greatest story ever told through fresh eyes—a mysterious bridge builder appears promising to span the great chasm, but his bold claims put him in opposition to the authorities.

A reluctant farmer and his wife must decide: is the man a self-deceived lunatic, a master con artist, or is the only one who can reunite the people of the valley to their king?

Water for the Wound (Poetry)

We all have a wound. In our humanity, we try to hide it, deny it, or disguise it. But when we are alone and the noise of the world has stilled, the relentless pain demands attention. It cries out for relief.

This is collection of poems calls you to lift your hands to the rain, lift your voice to the Son, and lift your heart to the one who provides Water for the Wound.