Tag: God

Train up a child

We’ve all read the verse. Easy-peasy, right? Then I became a mom. Suddenly, in the blink of an eye, (or 36 hours of labor…I mean, whichever you want to go with…) every bit of know-how seemed to vanish. Why is he crying all the… Continue Reading “Train up a child”

A Police Mom’s Thoughts on BLM

The last few months have been difficult on everyone. COVID-19 spread terror and left millions home to self-quarantine and face their inner demons alone. Many stuck in domestic abuse were made to be home with those they most fear. Numerous jobs lost, shelves out… Continue Reading “A Police Mom’s Thoughts on BLM”

Practical Insights for Everyday Christian Living

by Joyce Meyer GALATIANS & COLOSSIANS I always tread carefully when I read Bible studies. Personal biases and interpretations inevitably abound. Also, there are often times a stigma is attached to a writer or speaker based on their “branch of Christianity”. If God has… Continue Reading “Practical Insights for Everyday Christian Living”

Stories Behind the Songs & Hymns about Heaven

by Ace Collins I have to admit, I have a bit of a soft spot for this song. Piano sounds pouring through our home as my mother played this song anytime she needed to sit and be alone for a few moments. With our… Continue Reading “Stories Behind the Songs & Hymns about Heaven”

The Ranger Way

by Kris Paronto Of course you have heard about what happened in Benghazi and I’m sure you probably saw the movie 13 Hours too. (If not, it’s free on Amazon Prime right now!) For most of us, it is one of the biggest scandals… Continue Reading “The Ranger Way”

Finding Freedom

Hey, guys! I want to give you an update on my exciting projects. As most of you know, I have been working as a playwright and enjoying every moment of it! It’s been such an answer to prayer as I am able to still… Continue Reading “Finding Freedom”

My Life with EDS?

I am often asked about why I’m always feeling so terrible. Why am I so sporadic about posting and reviewing? Why do I barely leave my home anymore? And, if I am home all the time, why am I not reading, reviewing and posting?… Continue Reading “My Life with EDS?”

An Inconvenient Beauty

by Kristi Ann Hunter Catching you up: Duke Griffith Hawthorne is the last of the siblings (), thus ending the Hawthorne series. (TRAGIC!!!!!) He has been taking care of his brother and sisters for so long that he hasn’t even had time to find… Continue Reading “An Inconvenient Beauty”

Face-Off with Sarah Sundin!!

It’s been TOO LONG and I’m SO EXCITED to have Sarah Sundin here today! This lovely lady has been more than patient with me and I appreciate it more than you can ever know! She’s an author of WWII novels, speaker, has a PhD… Continue Reading “Face-Off with Sarah Sundin!!”

Israel – God’s Heart

by Ron Gafni and Kathleen Barrett Ron Gafni is a professional aerial photographer that has taken many beautiful pictures of the landscapes in Israel. Even if you have had the opportunity to visit the Holy Land (as I have), you will enjoy seeing it… Continue Reading “Israel – God’s Heart”