Books by Margot

Like a lot of young women, Tiffany Smiling had been assured that the path to fulfillment looked like the one she’d seen in her favorite movies: She’d be swept away by a soul mate, live in a southern estate, and start a family.

But Tiffany’s story unfolded quite more
Does the face you've given to God resemble the human ones that formed you? Is it disinterested, disappointed, angry or even absent? Not Who I Imagined invites you to compare the face you've unconsciously assigned to God with the gracious face of God that receives you exactly as you more
When a baby's body is found in an urban dumpster, one woman's life changes more
Although the world tries to squeeze women into its binding Barbie-mold, the bodies God calls good weren’t made to be viewed... read more
If your family is feeling drained from the time and money you're pouring into youth sports...  read more
The Girl in the Orange Dress describes the journey of one woman who held it together through a rocky childhood and, after finding her birthparents as a young adult, began to come unglued... read more
The regular stuff of our lives—the commute to work and the potlucks and errands—are the exact places in which we express and experience God’s love for a world in need... read more
Margot wanted to catch a glimpse of the kind of grace that would actually be received by those in bars, strip clubs, a tent community, and at drag queen bingo... read more

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