Sally Bair ~ Christian author ~ inspiration for children and adults

Stories with a heart for all ages


Sally Bair lives in northern Wisconsin near Lake Superior
... where God's beauty and peace are conducive to writing for Him.

Formerly a quilt maker, she exchanged the weavings of fabric pieces for words of encouragement, faith, and adventure.


Williwaw Winds (see excerpt here)

Trouble at Fish Camp (see excerpt here)

Runaways  (see excerpt here)


    Daily Devotionals Celebrating Summer  (see excerpt here)

Autumn's Splendor Daily Devotionals  (see excerpt here)

Winter's Rest Daily Devotionals  (see excerpt here)

Daily Devotionals Celebrating Spring  (see excerpt here)

Run Sally Run

a memoir about growing up as an

identical twin


               NEW!                         GOD WANTS YOU HEALED:

31 Devotional Keys to Healing

Body, Soul and Spirit   



Because we can’t see God with our eyes, many refuse to believe He exists. The Word of God, however, shows us He does. And His Spirit attests to that fact. It’s our choice whether to believe or not.

Eternal Perspectives      by Sally Bair

The Unknown God

One day while my family and I visited my son in Homer, Alaska, he brought in a load of halibut on his commercial fishing vessel. The catch also included numerous, bright red rock fish and a yellowish one that puzzled everyone working on the loading tables. The fish buyer, after consulting his technical book about commercial fish, still could not identify it. The mystery remained.

God is a mystery, too, to those who choose not to know Him. Many hope to know Him but look in the wrong places. When Paul the Apostle went to Athens, Greece, a city full of idols, he found that the people were religious in every way. One altar bore the inscription: “To an unknown god.”

Paul addressed the men there. “Therefore, the One whom you worship without knowing Him I proclaim to you,” he said. (Acts 17:23) He then taught the crowd about the one true God who made the world and all in it, who is the Lord of heaven and earth, and who does not live in temples built by hands.

Though the Gospel of Christ has been preached throughout the world, millions still do not know, or choose not to know the one true God. In our nation, too, although founded on Christian principles, many do not know Him. Some people would rather worship something or someone tangible—like money, alcohol or drugs, family, jobs, favorite pastimes or nature.

Even when Jesus walked on earth and performed miracle after miracle, many would not believe He was the Son of God. “You know neither Me nor My Father. If you had known Me, you would have known My Father also.” (John 8:19)

     Lord, thank You for being the One True God, on whom we can depend. Cause us to seek You through Your Word and prayer so we can recognize You and the many gifts You have for us. Open the eyes of our hearts so we may know the hope to which Jesus has called us. In His holy name we pray, amen.


1st & 3rd Thursdays, 9:30-3  — “Yarnspinners” writing/editing group, Perkins Restaurant, Hayward, WI

Summer 2020 plans scrubbed due to the CoVid-19 pandemic. Hoping to start anew come this Fall.

Oct. 24, 9-2 - Craft Expo, Mission Covenant Church, Poplar


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