Posts By: Shauna Niequist
One thing you must know about me: I’m a reader. Like a voracious, crazy, whenever-I-have-two-minutes, books-are-my-oxygen reader. I met a new friend recently, a writer friend, and in the middle of a party, we …Read More →
Last week in Phoenix I ran into a friend I haven’t seen for years. He influenced me very deeply in all sorts of ways in one particular season of life, and then there he …Read More →
Good morning! Just a super-quick post to tell you something fun: Savor doesn’t come out until March, but my publisher slipped me two copies to share with you today! All you have to do …Read More →
I want to introduce you to my friend, Margaret Feinberg, if you haven’t met her yet. We share a love for killer Mexican food, red wine, dark chocolate, and words. …Read More →
After I dropped Mac off at preschool this morning, I Skyped into my friend Jessica’s fifth grade class. They’re working on narrative writing and wanted to talk to a real live writer. They asked fantastic questions …Read More →
Merry (almost) Christmas! We’ve been getting so many messages lately, telling us that you want to give Savor as a Christmas gift–why on earth won’t it be available till March?!?
Well, we can’t print those …Read More →
I really do love the Christmas season–how it pares things down to their essence: the God of the Universe coming to earth in skin, changing everything. I’m thankful for Advent–that our faith tradition makes space for …Read More →
I’m feeling extra-festive this morning: after teaching the last three weekends at three of my favorite churches–Willow, Ecclesia and Mars Hill–I’m home & cozy, snuggling with the boys, watching the snow, …Read More →
Last week the Relevant Podcast team asked me to share ten Thanksgiving tips on the podcast…and just so you have the full picture, that means a text comes from Cameron, about an hour …Read More →
You know, of course, that I’m trying to learn a new rhythm of living, that I’ve been inching my way into it for two years, that I’m writing a book about that fumbling process.
Let …Read More →
Oh, heavens, how long has it been since I’ve posted a recipe? I’ve been working on lots of new recipes, but they’re mostly for Savor–it has more than 20 recipes in it. And the …Read More →
As I’ve said before, I’m so not anti-technology—I love Instagram, & so much of my job involves the lovely wild odd world of the internet. At the same time, I’ve been having lots of conversations lately …Read More →
Let’s be real with ourselves: I’ll never get my act together enough to really do a full-on FAQ section, like a grown-up blogger. But in the spirit of Voltaire, and perfect being the …Read More →
Remember how I told you there was just one project I’ve been working on over the summer? Please meet Savor. I’m so excited about this book. Over the years, many of you have …Read More →
It’s book season, pals. SO MANY great books out this month, in addition to my dad’s, of course–thanks so very much to all of you who participated in the giveaway. Your comments were …Read More →
Congratulations to these twenty lucky people! The publishing team will send you an email soon to get your mailing address & then your book will be on its way…
1. Nancy Smith
2. Rhonda Roberts
3. Maggie Broderick
My dad’s newest book Simplify comes out today, & I’m thrilled to give away TWENTY copies this week!
To win a copy, just leave a comment with one area of your life that you’d …Read More →
We came back to a fair amount of chaos—new floors, which are lovely, but …Read More →
Monday night I returned from London, and our long weekend there was all things good: great time at a church I think the world of, rich memory-making with my dear friend Emily, and all …Read More →
In the spirit of Father’s Day, this is what I want to say about dads: they’re not dumb. And I get a little protective and mad when we joke about that. When we perpetuate …Read More →
When I speak at a college, no matter the topic they give me, I start the same way: Thank you for having me. You are significant with or without a significant other.
I say it every …Read More →
Lately I’ve been speaking quite often on the topics of calling and passion, specifically as those topics relate to marriage and parenting and family—what it looks like to build space into a marriage and a …Read More →