Your life is a story. How are you living it? How can you find hope and joy in the story of your life?
Great relationships thrive on little things: compliments, intentional caring behaviors, thoughtful deeds that say, “I love you!”
God laid on my heart this week to share a two-part blog series with you again. “Someone needs this,” I heard Him whisper. Maybe it’s you.
Feeling cranky, tired, discouraged or edgy? Sure, it could be hunger or hormones, but the problem could go deeper.
Whether you’re writing, teaching, mothering, or gardening–no matter what the season, activity or occupation–these three keys will help you be more successful.
Instead of a devotion today, In honor of Mother’s Day, we’re having a poetry contest. I’d love to feature one of your own poems about mothers. Send me a poem you’ve written about mothers, rhymed or prose, no longer than 100 words. It must be original, and make sure that that you own all rights to your poem, even if it was previously published.