About Sally

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My name is Sally Ferguson and I live in the beautiful countryside of Jamestown, NY with my Hubby, my dad, my son and his wife, my granddaughter and a bluebird in the backyard. My daughter is in college and getting ready to soar.

I have been a freelance writer since 1996. Over 100 devotionals have been published in Pathways to God (Warner Press). I’ve also written for Light From The Word (Wesleyan Publishing House), Becoming Women of Worth: Stories of Sugar N’ Spice and Recipes for the Holidays, Becoming Women of Worth: Stories of Trauma & Triumph, A Cup of Comfort: Devotional for Mothers and Daughters, Chautauqua Mirror, Just Between Us, Adult Span Curriculum and Thriving Family. Warner Press released my coloring book, What Will I Be When I Grow Up? January 2006.

Other compilations I have contributed to can be found on my Amazon Author Page.

As a speaker, I enjoy connecting with women and seeing them find affirmation for the phase of life they face daily. I am passionate about helping women find encouragement from God’s Word, as well as supplying the tools to help them apply what they’ve learned there.

I love organizing retreats and seeing relationships blossom when we take time away from our daily routine. My ebook, How to Plan a Women’s Retreat, tells the story of how that passion has evolved. Our Women’s Retreat just celebrated its 10th Anniversary!

Parenting has its own set of challenges. My kids are grown but the nest keeps growing. Join me on the journey as we figure it out together!


4 thoughts on “About Sally”

  1. Sally, I also write for Pathways. How do you like their new format? I think it’s quite an improvement. Another connection: my husband and I live in a 3-generation home with our daughter and her husband and their son and his wife. Getting along fine for we love and help each other. Oh yes, we added two puppies to the mix recently.

    1. Hi Ann!
      Pathways to God is a staple for many readers. I’m sure it will be good, once we get used to the change in format. 😉
      Sounds like you’re enjoying your family & pups. It can be a great way to nurture relationships across the generational lines!

  2. Tough times that I am thankful for would be my early life of sexual abuse and my response to it, because God saved me from myself and showed me His healing grace so that I am able to help others who have been afflicted in the same way.

    I would not be here today if God had not allowed me to see that He is for me and not against me. I love Him more and more each day.

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