The Unanswerable Question, And Why You Should Stop Asking It

Am I wasting my time? When mentoring writers and speakers, this is the question I’m asked. It’s the same question I’ve asked myself at times. Behind this question sit several others. What if I can’t find a publisher who wants my book? What if no one reads my posts? What if my speaking platform never […]

For Sanity’s Sake

Today I’m sending you over to Jill Savage’s blog, where I have the privilege of guest posting. Jill is an author and speaker who is passionate about encouraging families. The author of seven books including Professionalizing Motherhood, My Hearts At Home, Real Moms…Real Jesus, her most recent release is Living With Less So Your Family […]

Hearing From God in the Chaos of Life

A couple months ago, Scot Longyear, Sr. Pastor at Maryland Community Church in Terre Haute, IN, interviewed me for his blog. During the interview, he asked me the following questions: Tell me about a time when you heard God the clearest. What do you do on a weekly or daily basis to hear from God? […]

A Table for the Hungry

Sometimes I’m needy. Life gets crazy, physical energy depletes, emotions turn as wild as the weeds choking my yard. And I end up a pile of pathetic neediness. Somebody love me! Fill me! Meet my never-ending abyss of needs! I loathe those moments, hate it when I feel less than sufficient and strong and certain. […]

To Overcome or Succumb: Keys to a Resilient Life

“The crowning experience of all, for the homecoming man, is the wonderful feeling that, after all he has suffered, there is nothing he need fear any more — except his God.” ~ Viktor Frankl, WWII concentration camp survivor & author of Man’s Search for Meaning He doesn’t remember much about his childhood, other than the […]