Watch our interview with “Little Lost Nun” and prolific children’s author Melinda Johnson. We will delve into the path of writing this book, inspiration for the story, and how it can be used in both homes and church schools.
Author Kathryn Reetzke “God’s Saintly Friends,” had the pleasure of interviewing artist and illustrator David Moses about racial reconciliation in art, comic art, illustrations and Orthodoxy in this interview from our FB page. The last 8 minutes were cut off the interview due to FB technical issues.
This week author Kathryn Reetzke of “God’s Saintly Friends” had the opportunity to interview long time friend and author Nic Hartmann on Facebook Live. Nic’s book “Northern Lights of Christ” will be available in hand October 1st and is open now for pre-orders. Please follow the link here to view the interview and find out how hygge and Orthodoxy align.
We love the children’s garden in Little Lost Nun, with its peg doll saints and nuns in procession. We wanted to extend the joy of the little lost nun by bringing you a peg doll with her own little icon, but when we looked around for a suitable icon of the Raising of St. Tabitha, we could not find one. We commissioned this digital icon from iconographer Elina Pelikan. You can print out the mini version on card stock or postcard paper to supply your little nuns or children’s prayer area with tiny icons to revere, or print out the postcard for a print to include in your family prayer corner. Make sure tofollow us on Instagram for updates on how to build a children’s prayer garden in your home!