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Samantha Krieger is a writer and editor in Dallas, TX. Through story, personal reflection, and biblical insight she is passionate about helping others live out their faith in everyday life. Prior to becoming a stay-at-home mom, she wrote adult Bible study curriculum for Bluefish TV—one of the largest Christian video publishing companies. She’s written for LifeWay Christian Resources, Focus on the Family, Ungrind, and has contributed to books on Christian living. She holds a B.A. in English from Liberty University and a M.A. in Religion with an emphasis in Church Ministries from Liberty Theological Seminary. Samantha and her husband, Jeremiah, have two children: John (2) and Rebekah (10 mos). She blogs weekly and tweets at: @samanthakrieger.

The personal bio:

Hi, I’m Samantha. I’m so glad you stopped by. I’m first and foremost, a follower of Jesus Christ, wife to a seminary student and R.N., mother to a newborn and a toddler (need I say more?!), a writer and editor, and a young woman who’s in desperate need of Jesus, grace, and authentic relationships.

Since the fourth grade, I’ve loved to write and feel like I owe a lot to the people God has put on my path to being a writer. My fourth grade teacher thought I would write a novel one day. My 6th grade teacher read aloud to our class an essay I wrote describing my favorite place. In 11th grade, my Creative Writing teacher gave me straight A’s and told me I should pursue English in college.

So I did at Liberty University and my sophomore year I published my first article, “Creating a Block of Solitude” in Brio Magazine. Two separate summers, I interned in book publishing at Focus on the Family in Colorado Springs and at LifeWay in Student Ministry Publishing in Nashville. Those internships gave me opportunities to publish more articles and contribute to several books.

After getting married and moving to Dallas for my husband’s seminary education, in 2008 I accepted a job offer to work as a writer/content editor for Bluefish TV/RightNow writing and editing Bible study curriculum.

Today, I’m still involved in some of the work at Bluefish TV and freelancing, but my primary responsibility is being a helpmate to my husband, investing and caring for our children, and keeping our home together. I’ve always dreamed of writing a book and I believe this is the year to get started on a book proposal (scary!). So during naps and in the evening after bedtimes, I’m typing away.

I don’t have it all together when it comes to writing or my faith, but through the stories, devotions, and articles in this little space, my hope is that your affections for Jesus will grow deeper and that you’ll be stirred to put your faith into action every day that God gives you. I’d love to hear from you anytime.

– Samantha

Contact: samantha [at] samanthakrieger [dot] [com]

7 Comments leave one →
  1. Elisha Dyer permalink
    February 15, 2008 3:57 pm

    You GO girl!

  2. July 4, 2008 3:21 am

    Well no wonder you communicate so well! I should have recognized a fellow writer as quickly as I recognized a sister in Christ. 🙂

  3. March 5, 2010 5:42 am


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    We recently posted something new on our blog – 99 Cheap and Easy Ways to Stay Healthy in College ( This is full of useful tips and would definitely be of great help to

    Please do read through it and mention it your blog and it is sure to be useful for your audience.



  4. March 29, 2010 3:49 pm

    Samantha, I just wanted to say “Hi” and “Thank you so much!” for your note over on my blog. It blew me away!! You are so kind and I hope one day we can meet face to face to sit and talk all about writing! 🙂


  5. April 1, 2010 2:12 pm

    Thanks Christin. I would LOVE to sit and talk about writing one day. Thanks for inspiring me! Best wishes on your book.

  6. Walter Martin permalink
    December 23, 2012 9:12 am

    I just watched the 1997 “Miracle of 34th Street’ and your scene made me cry!! Thanks for that and the other work you are doing! The first movie I ever remember is the 1947 version. I was 8, and my big sister took me. Have loved the movie ever since! Thanks again, for the BEST scene in the 1997 version!


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