Ginger’s writing has been featured in a variety of books from both Planting Roots and Lighthouse Bible Studies.
From Planting Roots
Ginger is the Publishing Coordinator for Planting Roots: Strength to Thrive in Military Life, a not-for-profit ministry for women in the military community. As the head of publishing, Ginger manages all Planting Roots content and leads a team of talented writers.
From Lighthouse Bible Studies
Free to Be Brave: Moments with God for Military Life
Whether you are a uniformed woman or a family member, military life can be challenging. Are you weary? Do you feel stuck? Does the noise of life or the pace of your military journey feel daunting?
Free to Be Brave features moments with God written by military women for military women. Like you, we juggle life on the move paired with the every day challenges of military life. Join us for devotions designed to remind you of God’s promise of freedom from weariness, fear, conflict and guilt. Discover the blessings when we live in Christ’s freedom to be brave, authentic, grateful, and expectant.
Ginger’s work is found in these chapters:
Free from the Past
Free from the Performance Prison
Breaking the Chains: Strategies for Overcoming Spiritual Bondage
Discover the strategies you need to break free from spiritual bondage and to form your own battle plan for victory. With God’s work and our cooperation, strongholds can crumble, chains can be broken, and freedom can usher in God’s peace and joy.
Twenty authors have joined forces in this compilation to offer strategies for freedom by sharing personal stories, meaningful Bible verses, and chain-breaking principles.
Ginger’s chapter is Escape the Prison of Anxiety.
Heart Renovation: A Construction Guide to Godly Character
How does God make our character more like Christ’s? What is His part, and what is ours?
This Bible study compilation is a construction guide to building godly character and overcoming the hidden problems that sabotage it. It explores how God works in our lives and gives us wisdom to handle such real-life issues as unwanted change, grief, loneliness, financial debt, and difficult people. It shares God’s blueprints for a renovated heart by looking at Jesus’ character, godly people in the Bible, the Fruit of the Spirit, and the Beatitudes. It also discusses how to help our children grow in godly character.
Whether your heart renovation started recently or years ago, this book will encourage you to continue to cooperate with God until the job is done. After all, the goal and the reward is building a heart like His.
A leader guide for a group study is included.
Ginger’s chapter is How do You Find Peace?