It’s Sunday before Thanksgiving, and the kids are off the whole week, and I just want to hide under the covers. Can we just skip over this silly holiday? I’ll be completely honest; I struggle deeply during the Thanksgiving season. I know I should be extremely excited and grateful for all that God has done and… Continue reading 1 Simple Way to Live Thankful
by Jessica Turner Somewhere today there is a woman who had to let something go that she held close for a long time. Maybe she had to let it go again, for the thousandth time, but she did. She handled it. She is my hero. Standing very still is another woman who feels very alone,… Continue reading When Life Hurts
guest post by Emily Humpries When I was young, I knew that I loved kids. I knew (and often heard) that I was good with kids. I started babysitting at a pretty young age, and I LOVED it. Then, not long after I graduated college, I became a nanny, and I worked for a… Continue reading What You Really Need to Know as a Mom
by Julie Longwood The kitchen sink…. It’s a place that holds so many meanings and triggers so many feelings. Confusion has set in! The kitchen sink is the place in my home where I find myself the most, physically, emotionally, and often spiritually. It’s my worst nightmare and my reprieve, my duty and my hiding… Continue reading Messy and Imperfect
Sometimes you unexpectedly meet a person for a brief moment in time, loose track of each other, and then miraculously your paths cross again. There is no doubt in my mind Janell Rardon is in my life for a purpose. She has become a mentor to me not only in the area of writing, but… Continue reading You are Very Loved.
By Crystal Storms “If anyone serves, they should do so with the strength God provides, so that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ. To Him be the glory and the power for ever and ever. Amen.” 1 Peter 4:11b (NIV) Have you ever looked back at an accomplishment and thought only… Continue reading Thoughts at the Kitchen Sink: Only by the Grace of God
“Guard your heart above all else, for it is the source of life” Proverbs 4:23. We have an enemy who attacks our minds on a daily basis in hope to demolish anything we put our hands to. He is out to destroy our family, marriage, purpose, and ultimately our lives. The Bible is clear: The… Continue reading My New Blog Series: Thoughts at the Kitchen Sink