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
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.
What If I Can’t Find My Calling in Life?
Tuesday July 3, 2018christian life •
What if you can’t find your calling in life? What if it seems as if everyone else has a goal, a plan, and a direction, but you just feel as if you’re floundering? And what’s a “calling”, anyway?
When Friends Leave You Out or Let You Down
Tuesday May 1, 2018christian life • relationships •
People are (almost) always worth the risk. If you’ve been consistently hurt in relationships, suffer from social anxiety, or are the type of introvert who is left flattened by an overabundance of conversation, it might be difficult for you to see it that way, but stick with me for just a bit.
Hope For Parenting the Extraordinary
Thursday April 12, 2018parenting •
Hope always, always, always abounds in the goodness of God.
A Tribute to the Good Men in My Life
Tuesday February 27, 2018
A Tribute to the Good Men in My Life or Why I’ve Had a Hard Time Coming to Grips with Sexual Abuse in the Church:
The Cross Took Care of That
Thursday February 1, 2018christian life • parenting •
My friend Hannah has three sons with autism, all under the age of six. I’ll let that sink in a little bit, because that fact about Hannah alone is as extraordinary and overwhelming as it sounds.