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

Sweet Summer Joys

I prayed a specific prayer at the end of the school year. It had been an exhausting couple months to reach summer vacation, and as a result I could feel myself shut off a bit from everyone, including the Lord. I came to Him and asked that He would break up the parched places of my heart...

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Summer 2022 is here!

"What are you going to do with your summer?" This is a question I get asked often this time of year. While I may have a few months off from everyday interaction with my students, I feel like I have plenty of regular responsibilities to keep me busy. I live in a multi-generational...

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One Day at a Time

May is an incredibly busy time of year for a teacher. As this month approached, I could see the many big tasks looming on the horizon. You may or may not know this about me, but I'm a born coordinator and I enjoy event planning. It's a gift God has given to me, and I want to honor Him...

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Not All Change Is Bad

Like most people, I'm not a huge fan of change. I like my plans and my routine and being able to have a reasonable expectation about how my day will unfold. But the title of this post is tongue-in-cheek, because of course not all change is bad. There are plenty of wonderful changes in...

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Everyday Faithfulness

Yesterday I got to type two of the most blessed words in an author's vocabulary. The End. Ahhh, the satisfaction. There's a rush of emotion that accompanies the typing of those six little letters. I've had this experience four times now (twice with this manuscript), and more often than...

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