I’ll never forget the first time a man sat in the back row, arms folded across his chest, scowling at me while I preached. Thankfully I wasn’t completely disarmed,
Spoiler alert: I’m having a book baby, not a Booker baby. Those two little letters—“er”—make a big difference! And this story I’m about to tell? It’s about (and for) YOU.
He sat next to me at dinner. I had been cutting my youngest’s meat for him and didn’t notice Matthew* pull up his chair. We chit-chatted about the weather and
To some, tiny house life sounds romantic; to others it sounds awful. I can tell you it’s neither. And it’s both. Actually, it’s so much more. Our year living in
What if entering into rest has less to do with the circumstances we find ourselves in than it does the company we find ourselves in? Augustine said, “Our hearts
She sat across me with glassy eyes and shoulders slumped. After listening to all the right sermons and reading all the right books she still felt discouraged as she
Sometimes, you do a job because you love it. The pay is lousy. The hours are long. The perks are few. The challenges are intense. The advancement opportunities are
I’ve claimed Christianity as my own more than 16 years now. Sometimes it feels like my whole life and yet I have to remember that it’s only a microblink
I saw her when I turned the corner; she nearly took my breath away. A more stunning woman I hadn’t seen in all the villages we visited that trip.
Project Baby Bilum – How a malnourished baby inspired the babywearing community and other women to support moms in need in Papua New Guinea. She should have been dead. When
As much as women struggle with gossip and comparison and competition and judgment, when you boil it right down, women really do care about women. I’ve seen that to be