Graduation season is rapidly approaching! Do you know someone who will graduate this spring? If so, keep in mind that graduation can be a bittersweet experience.
The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah
Ernt Allbright returned from the Vietnam War and he had not been the same since.
Can I still trust the Lord when my plans unravel? When everyone around me is focused on his or her own plans? This wedding, I reminded myself, is a wedding by faith.
Don’t forget to write a special note for Mom on Mother’s Day! In celebration of mothers everywhere, here’s a free printable card (designed by yours truly)!
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Mother’s Day is almost here, and if you still aren’t sure what to get your mom, we can help! Take the quiz below to see what book would make the perfect Mother’s Day gift.
Today, even with all the graphic photographs, survivor accounts, and documents, there are those who downplay the Holocaust and the atrocities of World War II.
Books have always been places of safety for me, places where I can try out what it’s like to be someone else for a time, or go anywhere in the world, or open my heart to new ways of thinking.
“Empathy is a choice,” says research professor Brené Brown, “and it’s a vulnerable choice. In order to connect with you, I have to connect with something in myself that knows that feeling.
The problem isn’t the inevitable moments of discomfort; it’s that I am not prepared for them. I have to stop believing that trials are the exception to the rule, when really they’re just part of life.