Keren Dibbens-Wyatt is a Christian contemplative and mystic with a passion for prayer and creativity. She writes to encourage others into knowing the Lord more intimately through prayer, art and nature, as well as to share the poetic ponderings of her heart. A Christian for over 30 years, Keren continues to answer a call into a deep prayer relationship with the Lord, practising centering prayer and contemplation daily. She is no stranger to difficulties as she has had disabling M.E. for over two decades, often being housebound or using a wheelchair.
Keren has an honours degree in English and European Literature. She lives in South East England with her poet husband, where she writes prayers, poetry, blogs, articles, theology, and fiction for both children and adults. Her writing features regularly on spiritual blogs and in literary journals.
Keren has a new book, Recital of Love, coming out with Paraclete Press in September 2020. She lives in South East England and is mainly housebound by her illness, though she tries not to let that keep her out of trouble.
She has recently discovered a talent for painting in pastels which she enjoys immensely, painting and drawing using a board on her lap when able to sit up, and other interests on the rare occasions energy allows include reading, embroidery , enjoying nature, photography and crochet.