#faith · 2018 · Life · September

A Bittersweet Moment

Hi friends! I’m so thankful for all of my faithful readers and followers. You mean the world to me. 

We have a bit of sadness going on around here lately.

My family found out last weekend that our landlord of nine years has decided to sell our condo. What that means for us, is we have to move. 

#Fall · 2018 · Holiday · Life · September

13 Simple September Moments to Share with Your Family

Some think I’m crazy. Maybe I am. As an autumn baby (although not a September baby), my favorite season has always been fall and September begins the journey. September isn’t as spectacular as October and doesn’t hold the thankfulness of November, but in it’s own right, September has a special place. Some month had to go first in fall and September got the spot.

2018 · August · Life · Life Copes

6 Really Big Reasons Your Story Needs to be Told

I believe we go through things for a reason. I believe that somewhere along our lifeline, God will use our story to encourage, lift up, change, or help someone. The only way that can happen is if we have the courage to share our story. Is it painful to relive it as we tell it? You better believe it is. Think about this, if you don’t share how will anyone know you have empathy for what they are going through? 

#faith · 2018 · August · Life · Life Copes

Changing Your Prayer Life: There’s an App for that!

Today, I’d like to talk with you about your prayer life. I know, prayer is a very personal thing and most of the time it isn’t something you share with others. Rest at ease. I’m not going to ask you to share personal prayers, although I’m always interested in prayer requests you may have. I would LOVE to pray for you.

In a few minutes, I’m going to share a wonderful resource with you that can enhance your prayer life and help keep you focused during prayer time. 

2018 · August · Life · Life Copes · Life Laughs · Summer of Fun

3 Simple Criteria for Connecting with Your Teen or Young Adult

Teens and young adults can be tricky when it comes to getting them to do things with you. Through our Summer of Fun I’ve accidentally discovered, they do want to spend time with me, but the rules of engagement have changed and I’m the one who needs to change how I think and how I act in order to get them involved.