Our spiritual life is one of the most important areas of our life that we need to keep balanced. Keeping a close relationship with the Lord and His Word is one of the best ways to do that. Here we will be sharing posts that are scripture based and relating them back to our real life.
It was a dark and rainy night and I was driving home from a mid-week networking event. I was tired and ready to be home. It felt like the same mundane drive that I have made countless times passing by the same gas stations, Walgreens, countless mini vans, a movie theater, I could keep going, […]
About a week ago, I was leaving my favorite coffee shop when on the corner I noticed a family standing with a sign. They weren’t there five minutes before when I pulled in, but they were there now. I didn’t get to read the whole sign, but what I did see was this word, “hommless.” […]
This month marks the three-year anniversary of my Aunt Linda’s passing. Three years since our lives were turned upside down. Three years since everything changed. Because you see, Linda was the one who really held the family together like glue. She would make sure that a holiday wouldn’t go by that someone didn’t have a […]
Last weekend I had the privilege of attending the Northwestern Christian Writer’s Conference. I have never been to a Christian writer’s conference before, I didn’t even know there was such a thing. I got all of the usual “prepare for your conference” emails and as a person who follows the rules, I did. I printed […]
I can’t believe that it’s almost July! Where does the time go? Too fast if you ask me. Now that I’m settling into my “new normal” the boys are going to be staying home with me a couple of days a week at least through the summer. I’m really looking forward to spending more time […]
Monday was the first day of my “new life.” I closed the chapter on my full-time position the Friday before and I was ready to jump into my new career. I bought my new computer, decorated my home office (pictures coming), and my small business became official (at least with the state), I’m now the […]