Do you love stories?

Stories have lived in my heart for as long as I can remember. Before I was old enough to read or write, I would tell my stories to others so they could write them down for me.

Just like me, my stories have grown in depth and experience over the years. I hope you’ll join me on this journey of learning through story and experiencing God and His heartbeat for you in the pages of my novels.

Meet the author

Erin Mifflin

Erin Mifflin lives in the Missouri Ozarks and claims reading and writing as some of her favorite activities. She tutors middle school and high school students, and is an active big sister and aunt in her large family. She loves llamas, baking, history, and the Olympics.


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Recent Blog Posts

What We Don’t Know

A few weeks ago I learned something that I probably should have come to know around twelve years of age. It likely could have saved me some time and money over the years. However, no one taught me and I didn't have a reason to look into it until recently, so I lived for decades in an...

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The Opposite of Faith

A few months ago my pastor mentioned something that has stuck with me. He said the opposite of faith is not fear, it is unbelief. Had someone asked me beforehand what the opposite of faith was, I'm not sure how I would have responded. I've seen a lot of T-shirts and other messages that...

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Something From Nothing

Have you ever seen God make something from nothing? I have. We know He made the world just by speaking, and sometimes He speaks some pretty amazing things into our lives too. In my experience, these things often start with praise first. In II Chronicles 20, there's an account of King...

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A Ray of Hope

Have you ever been in a swirling storm of uncertainty and suddenly a ray of hope breaks through? A light pierces the darkness. An answer comes to a question. Joy takes the place of struggle. 2023 has been a busy and challenging year so far. There's been so much going on, with additional...

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Tend Your Patch

Jonathan Rogers, one of my favorite writing teachers, likes to talk about how writers are allies rather than in competition with each other. Over the past couple months I've been thinking about the imagery he uses in this post: What you have is a territory—a little patch of ground that...

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Name That Christmas Song 2022

If you enjoyed playing Name That Christmas Song on my author Facebook page, I thought you might like to see all the correct answers together in one place. Each lyric will link you to that song on YouTube, so if you saw some that are unfamiliar to you, I hope you'll check them out!  🎶...

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