Kendra Fletcher is a speaker, author of Lost and Found: Losing Religion, Finding Grace, and exhausted mother of 8. Thankfully, 4 of them are adults.
The Fletchers hail from California, where they play in the Pacific Ocean as often as possible. You can find her writing on everything from theology to raising kids to education on her site: www.kendrafletcher.comPersonal Site
Books by Kendra Fletcher
Articles By Kendra Fletcher
Grace-Based Parenting Isn’t a Fad (But it Isn’t an Excuse Either)
Tuesday April 30, 2019parenting •
It’s funny. The more I talk about grace, the more I’m met with the response, “But what about swinging the pendulum too far? I mean, God has rules.” Folks, we are obsessed with the rules.
How Do We Hold to Our Christian Convictions and Love Our Neighbor As Ourself?
Thursday March 21, 2019christian life •
Convictions, at their best, serve to further the gospel of Jesus Christ and allow us to be brothers and sisters in the hope of the resurrection.
What To Do When You Just Can’t Do Church Anymore
Tuesday February 26, 2019pain & suffering •
This one is for those of us who still love and want to follow Christ, but who are just so very weary of the gathering of his followers.
I Left Legalism and My Family Doesn’t Approve
Tuesday January 29, 2019family • relationships •
When (the opinions of those who disagree with you) are being voiced, you have the opportunity to remind yourself (and spouse and kids and friends) that God is already pleased with you.
Pastor’s Wife: Christ is All (So You Don’t Have to Be)
Thursday January 10, 2019leadership • pastors' wives •
There’s an expectation attached to the incidental title “Pastor’s Wife”, but if you’re the wife of a pastor or elder, I likely don’t need to tell you that.
Gum and a Ring and a Simple Truth for Greedy Hearts (Like Mine)
Tuesday November 13, 2018christian life •
What made that ring valuable was the giver. What makes my own heart and your own heart so is the giver.
Are You Evangelizing a Lifestyle?
Tuesday October 9, 2018christian life •
They needed, as he again confirms in 1 Peter, the simple gospel milk to nourish them: “Like newborn infants, long for the pure spiritual milk, that by it you may grow up into salvation—” (I Peter 2:2).
How Grace Changes Parenting
Thursday September 27, 2018christian life • parenting •
Behavior is not the center of Christianity. Jesus is.