Alisa Hope Wagner gave her life to Jesus at the age of 14 in a small Baptist church in South Texas. All she wanted was to be loved, and she found that love through Jesus Christ. Alisa has never felt unloved since that day!
Alisa has her BA degree in English from A & M - Corpus Christi and her MA degree in English - Applied Linguistics from the University of Houston. She has taught English to every age group: elementary, junior high, high school and college.
Alisa is a full-time mother who is able to write while raising and homeschooling her three vivacious children. She has a God-given passion to write, and she loves to write about what the Holy Spirit is currently teaching her.
Alisa has published devotionals, articles and poetry; and she is continuously trying to reach people for Christ with her writing. She has also written her first novel and is currently seeking publication.
Alisa is the chief editor of the Granola Bar Devotional Writing Ministry and is always looking for new ways to help people share their faith story. She is also a contributing writer for the Internet Cafe and Exemplify Online and Magazine and Take Root and Write.
Alisa loves her church, Bay Area Fellowship, and is a member of the JANES Women's Ministry core team. She is honored to be the One on One with God Discipleship Coordinator of her women's ministry, which involves the coordinating and teaching of a discipleship program called One on One with God and producing the women's ministry magazine for their Glo Conference. One of her greatest joys is to watch God change the lives of His people.
Alisa married her high school sweetheart and has been married for over ten years. They are hometeam leaders at their church and dedicate themselves to creating community within their church. Her husband is the greatest supporter of her writing ministry. Alisa and her twin-sister, Christina, co-founded Sanctified Together: A Compassion and Discipleship Ministry. Alisa's two sons and daughter offer her constant joy and continuous lessons on the Fruits of the Spirit. Alisa's true hope with her writing is that through it people are brought closer to God!