Let me introduce myself to you: I’m Laura Pinkston, aka Sister Pinky. And it is my spiritual duty to warn you that reading this website and the accompanying book could lead you into The Pink, or rather the lives of about a dozen women who in some way or other have elected to live there.
Of course, you’re wondering what “living in the pink” actually means. It’s simply this: Are your sins red like scarlet, are you seeking God so that He can make them white as snow… or are you satisfied somewhere in between—living in the pink? Now, you’re likely very busy these days with your family, your job, and your favorite TV shows to watch, so I won’t keep you reading too long. Just suffice it to say that this pink place is nowhere you should be, at least not if you want to reach your full potential in life.
You’ll learn a lot more after a while, perhaps more than you wanted to know, because I’m certain that the women in the Living in the Pink collection of stories aren’t unique. They’re just like you, going through the same things you’ve been facing and standing at the same crossroads where you’ve gotten stuck. As for me, I’ve been there, too, which is one reason I believe God taps me to talk to women like you, to tell you what I know because of what I’ve been through.
To start this journey, you’ll need to read the book, of course, but it doesn’t end there. To get a more personal take on your “pinkish” state, start a Pinky Group in your area so you can grow spiritually with other women (click on the “Pinky Groups” tab to find out how). Also, take the PinkyMeter quiz on this site, and follow the Pinky Talk scriptures and the Pinky Blog for a regular spiritual boost and for interesting discussion.
I know life can be hard and crazy and unfair sometimes, but you can reach your destiny. Just take this literary walk with me, out of the pink and into God’s marvelous light.