Welcome to a quiet place. I’m trying to live with attention, curiosity, and connection. I’m learning to practice the presence of God. Every detail matters and there’s glory all around. Writing helps me see clearly, and this is where I love to share.
I grew up in the boreal forest of Canada’s Northwest Territories, and now make my home with my family on a little patch of riverside in Prince Edward Island, Canada. (You’re welcome to join me on the porch anytime. And if you’re an Anne fan, I’ll take you to the Lake of Shining Waters–sorry, I can’t promise Gilbert will be there to rescue us from drowning in an ill-fated poetry reenactment.)
I love reading with my kids, scribbling in my retro-camper-writing hut, wandering in the woods, savouring poetry, picking ditch bouquets, getting excited over good books, sharing coffee with friends, connecting over life stories, and starting new notebooks.
Lindsey holds a Bachelor of Theology from Eastern Pentecostal Bible College/Master’s College & Seminary (Peterborough/Toronto), and a Master of Theological Studies from Wycliffe College (Toronto). She is a moderator in Leslie Leyland Fields’ online Memoir Masterclass and has edited two anthologies for the class.
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Dared to Believe: The Story of Maisie Pillemer (co-authored with Andrew Barron)
Around the Web
Canadian Journal of Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity: Book Review of Preacher Girl.
Lindsey has also written for the online community Fun + Faith.
Listen to Lindsey’s story They Call Her “The Stomach”, which aired on the radio show “Our American Stories.”