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

Follow That Bus

A couple weeks ago I went with our church to teen camp in Florida. This year we took more than 30 young people! It was exciting to need both a bus and a van to transport everyone. My friend Kim and I were assigned to the second vehicle, the van. Our objective was simple: follow that bus....

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Riding Roller Coasters With Jesus

I love riding roller coasters. Here in the Ozarks we have some big rides at Silver Dollar City, and I live close enough that I'm able to visit often. While a lot of people ride roller coasters for the thrill, I actually find them incredibly relaxing. It's a situation where you get to...

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‘Hold My Hand, Auntie’

Things are a little topsy-turvy at my house this week. Some of my family is out of town, meaning I've been spending extra quality time with my 2-year-old niece. Our church also has VBS going on, so I have less hours in the day as I try to help with that. (I say "try" because it didn't...

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A Summer Evening Chat

It's been a while since I've been blogged! May and the beginning of June was a very busy time for me. I think it's a whirlwind season for everyone, but it seemed more so than usual in my family. My youngest brother graduated high school on May 25th, and I had a lot of things to juggle...

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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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