Rosie J. Williams is a Christ follower, military non-profit program director and author who cheers people on in their faith and teaches them how to study the Bible through her devotional blog, teaching and speaking.

Rosie writes: 

  • Devotionals from the Bible
  • Inspirational non-fiction books
  • Children’s books (check out The Little Jeep Who Couldn’t Beep, the first in a pending series )
  • Click on the book store to see Rosie’s other books

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




Recent Posts

Anxiety, Consolations and Christmas Cheer

Monday, November 27, 2023
By Rosie J Williams

Anxiety, Consolations and Christmas Cheer   Good morning Lord!  I sure do need you on this Monday before December.  It seems like all the undone “things” from this past year are weighing me down, cluttering my mind and my inbox, threatening to steal the peace…the peace on earth we are supposed to celebrate this month…and always. I must go back to my go-to verse when worry grips my heart. Psalm 94:18-19-NASB1995 “If I should say, ‘My foot has...read more

Wounded Heart...Hidden Wounds

Tuesday, September 26, 2023
By Rosie J Williams

Wounded Hearts...Hidden Wounds   When was the last time someone tried to harm you in some way? Maybe it was a verbal or an emotional attack, or an effort to discredit and discourage you from something you knew God had called you to do. I know that when that has happened to me, I often feel blind sighted and unprepared for the “ambush”, as my Nam vet hub would describe it. The pain is real!   Paul (an evangelist in the Bible), can certainly relate. He was laser focused on a divine...read more

I Wish We’d All Been Ready

Friday, August 18, 2023
By Rosie J. Williams

I woke up thinking back today on a movie that came out in the early 70’s that depicted what it would be like when Christ comes back for His believers. Although some mock The Thief in the Night as overly dramatic, I felt it was gripping and biblically sound.  I remember the first scene when a wife goes into the bathroom after rising and seeing her husband’s razor in the sink with no sign of him. Another showed a car that was wrecked with no driver in sight. Then there were those who had been left...read more