Confessions of a Prodigal Son {Giveaway!}

Today is a very special day...three years in the making! It is officially the release date of the film, "Confessions of a Prodigal Son"! You can now find COAPS at Walmart, on Amazon, and more. I can't even begin to tell you how proud I am of Nathan Clarkson, who wrote, produced, and stars in [...]

Prodigal Daughters {And the first COAPS movie trailer!}

Living in Los Angeles for the past 5 years, I have had my share of lonely moments...dark nights...crying out to God...wondering if He, or anyone, could see or care about the broken parts of me. I used to think that the best way to cope with my difficulties was to shut others out. Living on [...]

Stories of Courage

Ever since I was a little girl, my attention was always captivated by stories of courage filled heroic characters be it in a film, musical, book, or television show. These stories of courage gave me hope when I felt small, weak, and alone. My fiancé (writer, producer, and lead actor in Confessions of a Prodigal [...]

Meet some of the cast & crew, and contribute to the COAPS wrap party!

We are currently in week #2 of production for Confessions of a Prodigal Son. God has been opening unbelievable doors when it comes to the talented cast, crew, shooting locations, and generous backers of the film. Since this is a very low budget film, everyone involved isn't in it for those "Hollywood big bucks"...but we all just [...]

Confessions of Hollywoodland

The photo above is me at age 17 on Rodeo Drive, visiting Los Angeles the summer prior to moving there for good. It's hard to tell in the photo, since it isn't a close up, but I was wearing a bright pink sundress and a headband. I felt confident, beautiful, and ready to take on [...]

Returning the prodigals…

Baby steps... Walking... Running... LOST. My life had these moments, these baby steps, that started small and lead me to paths I never imagined I'd go. I remember hearing my parents tell me things as a teenager. I ignored their help and advice most of the time. Those were the baby steps...the small, tiny moments [...]