Christie Lambert

Christie Lambert is a small-town, southern writer who is daily amazed by the love of God. Although she loves fiction and has published a few short stories here and there, her writing is now focused on sharing the grace of Jesus that has swept her off her feet. She is usually doing laundry for her three small kids and musician-husband, drinking (too much) coffee with her sister, and reading while cooking (not recommended for those who like edible meals). She is currently obsessed with learning how to play the guitar and finishing her degree in Religious Studies. Christie can be contacted at christiedlambert@gmail.com.

Christie has written 46 on Christian Women Online.


resting shield

When Jehoshaphat was king over Judah, a huge army ~ combined forces from several nations ~ came to drive the Israelites out of their country.  The people of Judah gathered at the temple of the Lord and King Jehoshaphat cried out to God.  “For we have no power,” he said, “to face this vast army […]

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Sand Heart

If you’ve read Alice in Wonderland or have seen the movie, you know how the Red Queen had nooooo mercy for the hungry frog in her court that stole a tart from her.  He was doomed  ~ “off with his head!”  ~ the second he reached out and took that tart. Mercy is defined by […]

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If you’re feeling a little worn down, a bit distracted, stretched thin over the needs of daily life… take a break. Get away, even if it’s just for a few minutes… even if it’s just to your bedroom or the front porch… and talk to Jesus. Trust that He is concerned with the things of […]

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Hungry. Tired. Lonely. Maybe these aren’t words we usually associate with the King of Kings, but His divinity was wrapped in the same flesh we wear… So imagine yourself there, alone in the desert for forty days. Worn out by the weather.  Desperate for comfortable rest.  Aching for sustenance. This is where the Spirit of […]

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brave

Help us to be brave, Lord. Because You know us.  The deep-down-real us.  You know how Your grace has already brought us far from where we used to be.  You know how Your love picked us up when it felt like nothing could help us, when every hope proved false and every answer fell through.  […]

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Sean jumped in the car after school today, threw a paper in my direction, and said “Read this!” I glanced over the newsletter and saw the announcement of a new school-wide project.  As he buckled in, he announced that we needed to go home and find shoes that we don’t need or that don’t fit […]

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