Welcome

I’m Kathy, contributing author of Jesus Talked to Me Today and devotional writer for Pathways—Moments With God.

What you’ll find in my posts . . .

I write short devotions that bring scriptural insights to everyday life, all from the down-to-earth perspective of someone who is continually learning to love and trust God.

Once in a while I will also comment on Bible reading resources and provide updates on projects I’m working on.

As a wife, mother, foster parent and home provider for children and adults, I’ve welcomed enough people into my life to know the importance of clear, honest, communication. When there’s mutual understanding, it satisfies something deep within us, like sharing a cool drink when we’re thirsty.

So let’s dig in. I’m delighted we can share a few moments in life and in God’s word.



Jesus said to her, “Everyone who drinks of this water will be thirsty again, but whoever drinks of the water that I will give him will never be thirsty again.”

John 4:13-15 ESV

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Happy reading!

By Kathy Sheldon Davis

Kathy Sheldon Davis, contributing author of Jesus Talked to Me Today and a finalist for the Oregon Christian Writers Cascade award, lives with her husband, Jerry, in Oregon's fertile Willamette Valley. Kathy enjoys mentoring and editing for other writers, making strangers into friends, and celebrating holidays with her extended family. She has written for Pathways—Moments with God since 2016 and posts devotionals on her blog at kathysheldondavis.com .

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