Hi, I'm Diana!
I’m so glad you’re here.
I love to see people abide in the abundant life offered in Jesus’ call to “come follow Me.” I am passionate about encouraging, equipping, and nurturing disciples of Jesus, giving them a vision for how He speaks to every area of life—our joys and sorrows, our work and play, our interior lives and our relationships.
This is why I write.
I write about spiritual formation and discipleship and the adventures of life and faith. I write as a fellow traveler on this journey, seeking always to see more clearly what it looks like to follow Jesus in everyday life.
I hope that here you’ll find words of challenge and encouragement, tools and resources to use on your own or with others, and stories of what being a disciple of Christ looks like in my own life. I love stories, and I believe we can learn so much from each other. Here, I want to open my own to you, share those of others, and celebrate the ones you’re living.
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A Bit About Me
One October day, I walked into my favorite used bookstore and found a ring hidden inside a hollowed book. Several months later, I married one of the most genuinely kind and humble people I know. Scott and I have been on the delightful adventure of marriage ever since.
We both grew up in rural Pennsylvania and came to New England for me to attend Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. I graduated in 2017 with a Master’s in Spiritual Formation. To hear more about my time in seminary, and my thoughts on spiritual formation and discipleship, read my post "Why Did I Go to Seminary?"
Now, we call New Hampshire home. You can often find us singing in the kitchen, stomping through the woods, or feeding people at our large dining room table. There is a lot of coffee and laughter in this house.
Here I welcome you into life as it is—beautiful, messy, glorious.