About: Author D.K. Lundin
Growing up in small-town Minnesota, there wasn’t much to do as a child outside of church activities, so along with Sunday Church, I attended Summer Vacation Bible School, Pioneer Girls, Summer Bible Camp and competitively memorized Bible verses.
Around the age of 8 - I was walking in the field around my grandmother’s home one day. Hearing the stories of how terribly God's messengers were treated at Sunday School, I asked God not to call me as it sounded like a persecuted road.
Around the age of 10 - I woke one morning and felt I was to start writing, I had no idea about what. I went to the kitchen table and wrote a really bad poem. That was my start and from there I expanded into better poetry, in my opinion anyway! and short stories.
Through the years I have had times of more closeness and those of distance from God. Yet eventually, I would return and rekindle the friendship with God from my youth.
This friendship would create a lot of dialogues and writing. At my request, God has shared many truths and helped me find understanding. I’ve found our pursuit to better comprehend God and ourselves is a continual journey.
In the end, what I sensed may happen when I was eight years old, did. I answered a call to be in God's service.