During my five years as a freelance writer and social media coordinator at Risen Magazine, I had the opportunity to interview some incredible people and tell their inspiring stories. Click on any of the "read" buttons below to read my articles.
In this issue, I interviewed Dep Tuany (pg. 58) who was the first Sudanese refugee to come to San Diego. His incredible story is so inspiring!
In this issue, I interviewed Denise Jones of Point of Grace, a multi-platinum, award-winning Christian trio who has been a part of the Christian music arena for almost three decades. (pg. 36)
In this issue, I had the honor to interview award-winning worship artist Phil Wickham (pg. 37) and the dynamic duo, Dr. Seahorse (p.44) during the "Sleepless in San Diego" event to help spread awareness of homelessness.
In this issue, I interviewed Rudy Gonzales, the founder of S.E.R.T ministries which stands for "Search, Evangelize, Rescue Train." This group goes into the darkest parts of our society and rescues young women from sex trafficking, prostitution and abuse. Read his story on pg. 51.
In this issue, I interviewed Brian "Head" Welch, the former lead singer of the highly successful heavy metal band, Korn (pg. 27). His 180 degree transformation is nothing short of miraculous!
In this issue, I interviewed songwriter, Tammy Hyler (pg. 55) who has written songs for Martina McBride, Collin Raye and the soundtracks for both "Runaway Bride" and "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen." Her passion for music is contagious and she was such a joy to interview!
In this issue, I interviewed Lynn Vincent (pg. 23), co-author of Going Rogue with Sarah Palin and Heaven is For Real with Todd Burpo, now a major motion picture. I also interviewed power evangelist, Robby Dawkins (pg. 27) as he shared testimonies of astounding healings and miracles he has been a part of throughout his ministry.
In this issue, I interviewed Rob Pace, founder and CEO of Goodsnitch, a startup that facilitates encouragement towards businesses and employees that are doing their jobs well. See how it's changing communities on pg. 37