Letters Written on Our Hearts

Rosie J. Williams is a Christ follower and author who cheers people on in their faith and teaches them how to study the Bible. Rosie writes devotionals, inspirational non-fiction books, children’s books and provides resources and referrals that can help people in areas of personal growth and Christian faith. 

Rosie’s husband, Steve, is a Vietnam veteran. The Williams are leaders in a military ministry, called Point Man Ministries of Kansas. Rosie has a special appreciation and heart for military spouses and children.

Rosie has written two books and co-authored two books. Rosie’s most recent book is “The Little Jeep Who Couldn’t Beep,” a children’s book to be released September 1, 2021. “Repurposed Faith: Breathing New Life Into Your Quiet Time” is for believers who need to overcome common obstacles for a meaningful and personal relationship with God.

On November 11, 2020, Rosie and her husband, Steve, released “Nine Pairs of Boots in Vietnam: Steps to Healing Every Veteran Needs to Know”. Steve’s memoir of his time served in Vietnam will inspire others with stories of how his faith helped him and how he went on to find purpose in serving other veterans.

Rosie also co-authored “Running Away and Finding Home: An Abandoned Child’s Journey to Hope and Healing”, the story of Judge Tommy Webb that follows his early years as a Korean war child and his eventual adoption by an American family. Rosie has contributed to “Faith Deployed Again”, “Military Wives New Testament, Psalms and Proverbs”, and the “Military Families Bible”. Steve and Rosie have contributed stories to “Stories of Faith and Courage From the Vietnam War” and “Stories of Faith and Courage From the Home Front”.

Recent Posts

When a Prayer Emoji is All Ya Got

Wednesday, July 28, 2021
By Rosie J Williams

When my precious grandson was 4 years old, he and his family were visiting us. Since they live in California, we try to fit in lots of time with his three cousins who live two hours from us. It was the last day of their visit, and his older sister asked if the cousins would be coming one more time. When we told them no, she said “well that’s disappointing!”. Without a blink, Arthur said “well I’m not disappointed! (long pause). My heart is breaking into a thousand...read more


Tuesday, July 6, 2021
By Rosie J. Williams

Funny how When things fall away We don’t know quite how to act or what to do We see more clearly now, quarantine bound, how some things we scrambled for before The meaningless things we gripped so tightly Slipped away one by one “They” say to shelter in place But where is that place? And is it safe? And why is it we feel like when the doors swing back open, we must grab back the familiar? If we were chasing after meaningless things, then why are we so anxious to grab back control of...read more


Friday, April 30, 2021
By Rosie J. Williams

It’s the end of April 2020. I feel like a marathon runner who is fighting to keep his mind in the game when all is his body wants to do is quit. Or maybe it’s the other way around. For months now, all I have heard on the news is about Covid 19 and most of it is bad. It’s wearing me down. Occasionally, there will be a little bit of good news at the end of a broadcast which gives a glimmer of hope for treatment or a cure. But the uncertainty of the health experts, economists and politicians bleeds...read more