Lianna is a worshiper of God and student of the Word, having been saved from sin, God’s just wrath, and damnation because of the glorious gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. She and her husband, Tyler, have two dear daughters, one who lives in heaven and one who lives on earth. The midwest is home for her. There—in addition to theology and writing—she enjoys family, church, photography, camping, and ancestry.com. She is receptive to decaf in almost any form, but takes her books intricate, old, or on politics.
“Quite a few years ago, Tyler and I had a conversation about what our most worshipful times of the Lord had been. I found myself responding: ‘Writing papers for Bible and theology classes in college.’
I am still utterly interested in learning about God. And all that I learn still grows my love for Him. In short, I think, study, converse, and read about theology in order to know Him. The more of Him I behold, the further I am changed. Knowledge produces worship; sound doctrine leads to sweet doxology. By writing, I merely respond as well as I can to God’s great worthiness to be known and worshiped.
Since growing my understanding affords all of this joy to me, I also think no less of what might be joyful for others to read as well.”