About Janet Warren Lane

   I’m married to Bob Lane, pastored (now retired) for 27 years at a sweet and loving Southern Baptist church on the outskirts of a major city. (Not to worry, we are more country-fied than city-fied and are proud of it!)  I’m a retired public school teacher of 15 years. My husband and I have 4 children–3 daughters and 1 son. Our daughters are all married to ministers and our son and his wife are presently serving overseas. Our daughters have blessed us with 8 grandchildren – 2 boys and 6 girls!  Our son and his wife have blessed us with grandson #9 & #10.

   In my retirement years I have taken up writing and have written and  illustrated a children’s book titled, The Missing Calf. I have adapted the parable of the lost sheep from Luke 15 to a story about a missing calf. Instead of a shepherd there’s a cowboy named Tex and his horse, Montana, who set out to track down a missing calf. My son’s birthplace inspired the adaptation. So when he wanted me to tell him a story, it just seemed the thing to do to add a flavor of Texas. Interestingly, Montana was drawn in the likeness of a horse I owned in my young adult years, Goldie. At this time The Missing Calf is a legacy for my children and grandchildren. However, my dream is for it to be published-someday.

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I have also written and published my first book, Fiery Darts: Satan’s Weapon of Choice, for which this blog was created.

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For questions, comments, or to arrange a speaking/teaching engagement, workshop or conference presentation, please send me your request in the comment section of this blog. You may  message me on my personal Facebook page, Janet Warren Lane, or on my author’s Facebook page, Fiery Darts. You may also email me at

janetwarrenlane@gmail.com

or send me a tweet

@LaneJanet

For His Sake!

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6 thoughts on “About Janet Warren Lane

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  2. Janet! I’ve often wondered how you are and where you’ve gone over the years! I read your blog and I love the concept you’ve undertaken regarding the people of this world and their regression. I would love to have a copy of your book! I write, too, but haven’t found anyone to edit/publish them. I write short stories involving children, and always has a moral at the end of them. Working on the third in a series of historical romance, too. Would love to hear more from you! (In One Accord)

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    • Hey Dottie, so good to hear from you. It’s a slow & difficult process trying to get published. While my efforts have been less than glorious I’ve found that as long as I keep my focus on following God’s lead rather than getting published then I have peace. And peace is more desired than getting published.

      You can order my book online, just type in the title of the book & click on a site where you can order it. Or you can order it from me. Just send me your address. The book cost $10 + $3 for shipping. (Total of $13)

      God’s blessings,
      Janet

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    • I sent you a reply (I thought) but not sure if it got posted. I self-published my book, Fiery Darts: Satan’s Weapon of Choice. I would love to send you a copy of it. The book costs $10 + $3 (shipping), $13. Or you could just order it from Amazon. Let me know which one you would prefer.

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  3. Thanks for following our blog. We are honored to have a praying missionary mom with us! I know the depth of heart that goes behind such prayers. The Lord bless you richly!

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