If you search the blogosphere, you will find endless lists of things that you “have” to do to be the “perfect” mother: breastfeed, make your own baby food, use cloth diapers, have family dinner every night, eat p
The dimly lit auditorium shimmered with muted colors reflected in low lights as the bride stood tall in stunning cream and faced the man she loved.
The Boxcar Children had a boxcar to hide out in. The Pevensie kids had a magical wardrobe. Jesse and Leslie had Terabithia. Me? I had my very own tree fort.
Perhaps this has happened to you. After a worship service, someone asks to have a few words with you. When you sit down together, those “few words” turn out to be powerful and troubling.
1. Prayer Doesn’t Always “Work”
If God is like Santa Claus, and prayer is a way of asking for things, then you’re going to experience a roller-coaster ride of emotions as your expectations are met and missed.
Last spring, a hollow root, twenty yards from the maple tree it once supplied with nutrients, caught fire from the small brush pile burning in our front yard.
When I was 20 years old, my life was destroyed in a single night. Does that sound overly dramatic? After all, I didn’t actually die, or I wouldn’t be writing this article.
Joy and Adam talk with Tricia McCary Rhodes author of The Wired Soul.
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