Do you feel like you’re getting some clarity about your writing? A few weeks ago we talked about the importance of beginning this whole process with prayer. As you’ve pondered and prayed, pondered and prayed some more – I’m sure the Lord has brought to mind the things you’re passionate about. Read More
We’re continuing to take a look at ‘peace’ today – the third characteristic listed in the fruit of the Spirit detailed in Galatians 5:22. I’ve asked Amy Menter, Christian counselor and my good friend, to share her heart on this relevant topic.
So pour yourself a cup of your favorite hot beverage and join me as I welcome Amy on today’s blog. Let her encouragement and the Scriptures references inspire you to pursue peace with passion. Read More
Are you ready to celebrate? It’s the time of year we remember the resurrection of Jesus Christ. So much more than a new outfit, colorfully decorated eggs, or a scrumptious dinner, Easter is a time to reflect on the sacrifice our Savior made for each one of us. It was the ultimate sacrifice that made peace between sinful man and a Holy God. Read More
I remember the very first article I posted on a blog I started many years ago. It wasn’t about anything important. Just a couple paragraphs about my daughter, an alarm clock, and some donuts. Curious? You can read my very first blog post here. And yes, feel free to laugh out loud. Read More
How is it possible to maintain joy when the trial you’re going through doesn’t seem to end? I’m honored to feature my friend Kelli Canfield as she addresses this difficult topic.
No stranger to the tough stuff of life, Kelli gives us a window into her heart as she wrestled with maintaining joy when diagnosed with a chronic illness.
Pull up a chair and read about the One at the center of Kelli’s joy. Read More
This month we’re exploring all-things joy. How is your joy-tank? Do you feel like you’re running on empty? Today’s post is for you. It’s an edited excerpt from my Bible study, Outrageously Fruitful, and I’m praying it refreshes you and fills your tank to overflowing. Read More
Last week was rough. An unusual shape showed up on an x-ray and my doctor scheduled me for an ultrasound. I wasn’t prepared for the news. The doctor recommended a pretty significant surgery to remove two large fibroid tumors. Read More
I’ve had the privilege of knowing Amy Menter for over 24 years. Her heart for the Lord and reaching others with His love isn’t superficial. She has been an inspiration to me as I’ve watched her go back to school to get her Master’s degree and begin counseling women in an effort to point them to Christ. Read More
Words are amazing. Whether written or spoken, they are powerful. They have an uncanny ability to mold and shape our thoughts and impact our lives.
My Mom began reading to my brother and me when we were young. Favorite books included anything by Dr. Seuss: Green Eggs and Ham, Fox in Sox, Sneetches on Beaches; as well as Aesop’s Fables.