About

Hi.

I’m N.A. Winter.

I’m a writer and a professor, a wife, daughter and friend, but most importantly I’m a follower of Christ.

I love exhorting Christians to keep striving to be more like Christ and encouraging them to passionately pursue the better things ahead.

To do that, I write about growing in Christ, hoping in Christ, and being purposeful about living for Christ. I also write about relationships and being content – maybe because these are the areas where I struggle most to reflect Christ.

My posting schedule has recently changed and you can read about it here.  If you want to make sure you don’t miss the latest posts you can subscribe via RSS or email.

My goal is to treasure Christ and to life a simple life of worship.

Contact Information:

You can contact me via Twitter or Facebook. I also love getting readers’ comments and do my best to regularly respond.

A Little Bit More About Me:

If you are still reading, and you aren’t my mom, it’s probably because you want to know a little bit more about me, so here it goes:

  • My “day job” is that I teach marketing to college students. I stumbled into business only to discover that I loved it. What I love even more is helping young people be equipped to enter the business world and change it for Christ. But I still miss the actual “doing” sometimes, so I take on a few consulting projects a year.
  • I’m married to a wonderful man who is unbelievably supportive of my writing and interests. We have two dogs – Goose and Maverick. (Yes, they were named after the characters in Top Gun.) Outside of my salvation, my husband is the best gift God ever gave me.
  • The “better things ahead” theme was originally inspired by a C.S. Lewis quotation. It is also the subject of Jesus’ commendation  of Mary (Luke 10:42) and reminds me upon what my heart and mind should focus.
  • If I had to list my hobbies it would be to read, write, crochet, and photography. I don’t get to do any of them nearly enough.
  • I live in Southern California where we don’t know what seasons are, but we’re all too familiar with traffic. The trade-offs are definitely worth it.

If there’s anything else you want to know, just ask! Thanks for reading!

~N.A. Winter

 

P.S. – A quick disclaimer – The views expressed here are strictly by own, and not those of any organization with which I may be associated. The information I provide is on an as-is basis which means I make no representations as to its accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity. Also, I will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its use.

Additionally, please note, I work hard to provide links to resources that are theologically accurate. However, the Worldwide Web is a moving target and as well are some people’s adherence to biblical teaching. Please make sure to evaluate everything in light of Scripture.

While it bothers me that there’s even a need for such disclaimer, I’m grateful to Michael Hyatt for his willingness to let me borrow from his so mine is legit.

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