I read something about Americans that I think is true: the first rule in our culture is self-preservation.
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It was Picasso who said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” What I believe Picasso is referring to is a loss of imagination.
Why did unstoppable wild fires break out across California, destroying lives and property? Why did multiple hurricanes ravage the Caribbean and Gulf Coast? Why did a massive earth quake leave hundreds dead in Mexico? Wh
Stories sometimes inspire—sometimes instruct. But, the stories that stick with you are the ones that amaze. You won’t easily forget this true story of the “Father of Modern Missions.
One of my all-time favorite childhood activities in the mountains was starting the nightly campfire. It’s no secret that all children are closet pyromaniacs. Something about kids and fire just goes hand in hand.
Two and a half years ago, my husband and I moved from California to Illinois with our 8 month old daughter, Evelyn.
I’ve always been an advocate for sexual abuse and assault survivors. In fact, my first novel How Sweet the Sound was written as a response to questions I had for the Lord about the subject.
Written by Lisa Beamer, wife of the late Todd Beamer, in her book, Let’s Roll.
Lately I’ve been trying to look at the bigger picture, to discover what I’m supposed to learn from all this.