ABOUT US

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Sara Klein

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Sara is a daughter of the King, wife, homeschooling mother to 4 and a homesteader. She currently lives in North Central PA with her family on a small farmette and spends her days

feeding her animals and her humans, tending fires, digging in the dirt and enjoying the view.

Sara received her BFA in Jewelry/Metals/CAD-CAM from Tyler School of Art, Temple University and 

her passion for materials and the way things work has continued and grown through the years.

Although much of her day is doing chores or schooling the kids, Sara loves to also read, cook, organize, garden, thrift shop, think and have long conversations with her husband.  She is thankful for all of His good gifts

and the desire He has given her to find truth, goodness and beauty in the everyday.

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A. E. Macha

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Anne is an educator + illustrator.

She graduated from Arcadia University in 2003 with a BFA in Illustration and Cert. in Art. ED.  She is currently working on her MBA at Eastern University. 

Anne lives in Glenside, PA. with her husband Josh, her two teenagers, and her parents.  She is learning to celebrate the small wins and is confident of God's enduring love . She is a fan of 90's hip-hop, thrift stores, and Chicago style popcorn. 

Portfolio

Published work:

Illustration for Mission Accomplished New Growth Press ( February 2015)

Illustration for The Gospel Story Bible New Growth Press (November 2011)

We are two moms who know struggle and trauma.  We share similar stories of growing up in broken homes, and continuing these hard and sometimes disappointing family relationships. We understand Jesus is bigger than these heartaches. We understand He rose from the grave to conquer death. We understand He fully knows us and loves us completely.

And yet, each day, these beautiful truths are not ruling our lives, and are not driving out fear. Where is the disconnect? Why is our practical theology so far from what we understand?

Brene Brown writes, “We are born makers. We move what we’re learning from our heads to our hearts through our hands.”

This has become our mission: to push each other past “I understand” in our heads; to be interactive in our relationship with Jesus through our hands; to be completely transformed by the experience of Jesus in our hearts.