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Emily P. Freeman

Emily P. Freeman, author of Grace for the Good Girl, is a writer, speaker, and listener. She is the creator of the blog, Chatting at the Sky, where she combines photos and story to create space for souls to breathe. She is deeply curious about the mystery of Christ, the gracefulness of the everyday, and the sacredness of our inner lives. Everything she writes or speaks about comes from this curiosity and the deep conviction that every need, desire, and expectation is met in the person of Jesus Christ. She writes for DaySpring’s blog, (in)courage and has traveled as a writer with Compassion International to raise awareness for the needs of children living in poverty. She and her husband have been married for ten years, have three children, and live in North Carolina.

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