Our brains are wired to keep doing what we’ve always done—but we can change the ruts into superhighways of success.
As we near the end of our lives and glance back, the most disappointing things we see may not be the things we didn’t do so wonderfully; they may be the wonderful things we intended to do but never began.
Expecting Better by Emily Oster
My husband and I recently found out that we are expecting a little girl! As someone who is averse to self-help books and the like (I did not read 16 marriage books before my wed
Faith in a good and gracious God allows us to trust that he always has our best in mind, even when we can’t see it amid the painful circumstances.
“It’s easy to be focused on God’s will when things are going smoothly. It’s quite different when we face failures, illnesses, or trials.
J.K. Rowling says, “There are always room for stories that can transport you to another place.” Maybe that’s why I am head-over-heels in love with stories and those who tell them well.
Christians cannot blame nominal believers as a way to avoid dealing with the very real and destructive contributions we have made to the Age of Outrage.
I have spent my life reading. Truly. I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t thinking about books and starting a new book or planning what I was going to read next.
The feeling of anger is just a feeling, neither good nor bad; it’s part of what it is to be human.