Steve Schofield was saved in 2005, and began writing poetry shortly after that to deal with life’s stresses. He lives in west Michigan with his wife Cindy and their three sons. They are active members of the Greenville Community Church.
Steve is an IT professional, and has long been a self-described “internet geek,” so he used that skill to develop several successful online applications that fund his writing habit. .
“I give thanks to God for using me to share these poems and stories. He has inspired me to tell them, and there were many times I could sense the Holy Spirit assisting me in my writing. There certainly is nothing like having our Creator speak directly to you; words can’t describe it! I only hope that I can help someone else along their own path, whether they are Christian yet or not. I feel this is my purpose, and if I only reach one person… that would be enough.”
God provided a gift to write to help me heal from the inside out. When I first came to Christ, I had a lot of things to work out such as Anger, Bitterness among other things. God used writing poems to grow in my walk with Christ. The theme verse of my book Matthew 10:32-33. God truly has provided miracles through "ole blue" my old blue truck.
Seek involves my journey learning about spiritual warfare. I was not aware how the enemy influenced my walk with Jesus. My church implemented a deliverance ministry. This provided an opportunity to learn how to use gifts of discernment and intercessory to further my walk with Jesus. My walk with Jesus has went to new heights knowing the authority given to all Christians.
"Remember the Nails: 40 Days Doing Something Uncomfortable on purpose" is the second book written by Steve Schofield. God challenged Steve after reading a book by Kyle Idleman called "Not a fan". Doing something uncomfortable was a theme where a community project was started during this journey. The book's goal is when you are done reading, you'll be challenged to something for God's kingdom