Pacific Northwest naturalist, photographer, and author Cheryl Grey Bostrom delights in the ways God speaks through his creation. In her weekly posts at CherylBostrom.com she captures surprising and beautiful ways he does—and plants readers in their midst. A former columnist for Women of Faith (back in their conference days), she's published essays, photography, and poetry in a wide variety of publications. On Camera: Scripture in Creation, her column in the American Scientific Affiliation’s God and Nature Magazine, publishes quarterly.
She has also written five books. Her novels include the award-winning Sugar Birds, Leaning on Air, and a third slated for a 2025 release—all through Tyndale House. Earlier non-fiction books include The View from Goose Ridge: Watching Nature, Seeing Life (Thomas Nelson/Harper Collins) and Children At Promise: Nine Principles To Help Kids Thrive in an At-Risk World, with Dr. Tim Stuart (Jossey-Bass/Wiley). When Cheryl and her veterinarian husband aren’t visiting kids and grands too far away, they live in rural Washington State with three irrepressible Gordon Setters.