Nanette Kirsch

blogger, Christian, author, marketer
Nanette Kirsch, author of Faith Runner blog

Write the truest sentence you know.

Ernest Hemingway said this, and I have strived to live it in my writing professionally as well as personally.

I was in my early 40s before I discovered the Bible and its power as the Living Word, and I became passionate about sharing the life-transforming truths contained within its pages.

Today I write primarily as an act of worship. I use my writing to uncover and share Biblical truths–and to point others to its Author–mostly by sharing real stories from my own faith walk and as I learn from the lives of others.

The stories and lessons are plentiful as a wife for 25 years to my husband and best friend, Craig; mother to four children, ages 14-20 (two of whom are adopted from South Korea); owner of Big Rock Ideas, an outsourced inbound-marketing firm; and as an author.

I pursue the larger truths in these life experiences in hopes of locking arms to journey along with you…and behind Jesus to the heart of what is true.

I would love to hear from you; email me at


10 Replies to “Nanette Kirsch”

  1. Greetings!! I gave up FB for lent but then remembered I have ur website and blog saved. Trying to read it as much as I can! Hope you are all well!! Happy Spring Nannette!!

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  2. Nanette, I love today’s post. Once again, the Holy Spirit is using you to refine me. Thank you for staying true! I quoted Ex. 3:14 “I AM” earlier this week when explaining to two Jehovah’s Witnesses at my door that Jesus did claim to be God, not simply His Son.


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