Tricia Brown

Tricia Brown is a Christian, freelance writer and editor who works from home in Bowling Green, Kentucky. She is married to Ian Brown and has four sons: Sjon-Paul, Brandon, Ryan and Braxton. With four active boys, three of whom are home schooled, the family motto is “Life is never boring in the Brown house!”

After graduating from Western Kentucky University in 1993 with a degree in Journalism and English with an option in writing, she worked for Media America in Franklin, TN, for a couple of years before beginning her work at home. Since then, her most notable work has been as a personal editor for the late Dr. Ari Kiev, whose books deal with the psychology of trading on Wall Street. She is also a freelance writer for Mailbox magazines, helping write curriculum ideas for early elementary teachers. Tricia enjoys reading, writing, and public speaking commitments in which she teaches and encourages other women.

 

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Articles

Lessons from the lawnmower: lesson 2

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Lessons from the lawnmower: lesson 1

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A One-String Melody

By Tricia Brown
Have you ever seen a one-stringed guitar player? I am not sure why a guitarist would choose to play with just one string. Perhaps it is because of financial limitations. Perhaps… read more

A Not-Quite-Perfect Mother's Day

By Tricia Brown
It's 2:45AM, and I can't sleep. I am usually a night owl, but this is ridiculous for even me. I will be exhausted tomorrow. My husband and I started talking, and here I am… read more

Helping Parents Connect and Participate

By Tricia Brown
Teachers of children in church teach for a variety of reasons, but ultimately we all have a strong desire to see God at work in the lives of children and in the lives of their… read more

Heaven Is Going to Be Loud!

By Tricia Brown
Our preacher said something profound this week. It wasn't something deeply theological, but he did base it on a passage of scripture. He was reading from Revelation chapter 5… read more
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