Liz Charlotte Grant’s lyrical, raw voice beckons her readers to ask the toughest questions of faith and living.
She’s a fanatic for Mid century design, heirloom vegetables, Wikipedia, and therapy in all its forms. She believes Jesus will save the world - he just won’t be wearing a cape and spandex.
Liz, her artist husband Jeremy, and her two wild children live in Denver, CO in a 1950s brick bungalow.
She studied creative writing (Wheaton College, 2009), and has published her nonfiction essays at Patheos, the Curator Magazine, On Faith, Mothers Always Write, Neutrons Protons, Dappled Things, and Defenestration.
She speaks at Jesus-loving churches and women’s groups (such as MOPs!) about the practical ways in which the gospel changes believers’ lives, inviting her listeners to explore their own emotional and spiritual terrains through straight-forward Bible teaching and reflective exercises.
She’s currently editing a literary memoir based on her blog series, “The Diagnosis,” in which she reckons with the healing power of God as she her vision dims in one eye.
You can keep up with Liz on Instagram, where she posts frequent photos of her gourmet food creations, her front yard garden, and her kiddos.