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I’ll never forget the time in high school when an unbelievable rumor went around about me. A very convincing and dramatic “friend” was upset by something I had done that indirectly affected her. Oh man, I may as well bought … Continue reading
When I was a new mom, I wanted to appear to everyone like I had my act together and knew what I was doing. But like any other new mom, I didn’t. One of the ways that I coped … Continue reading
Authenticity is not a new word, it’s been buzzing around in Christian circles for some time. We’ve been told to be authentic. Be the real deal. The Bible makes it clear that our love for God and others should be … Continue reading
How do you deal with your teen’s disappointments, disillusionments & drama? Please share your feedback.
I honestly can’t remember the last time I looked at the stat counter on my website. I stopped keeping track of numbers on any social media or any of my blogs a long time ago…not because I’m “so popular I … Continue reading
I was sorting through my pantry last night & then through my freezer & fridge. It was embarrassing to see how much waste existed in the bottom of packages or in unsealed bags. Stuff that none of my family members … Continue reading
This is rare for me, but I was cleaning up some old files and came across some short fiction stories I wrote some years back for Faithwriters.com. Thought I would publish one here since it has a practical faith-filled message. … Continue reading
I’m super excited to share with you about a conference coming to the Southeast for MOMS, MENTORS, and MINISTRY LEADERS! It’s BETTER TOGETHER, a conference by The M.O.M. Initiative and it’s for women of ALL ages and in ALL seasons. … Continue reading
When my kids were little, I often felt like I was all alone in my distressed moments. Even though I had a community of other moms and great friends around me, I’d hold back. Share just enough, but keep my … Continue reading