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A Book Review of Educated by Tara Westover

Some books I read and while I enjoy them, I don’t remember them for very long. Then there are books that I continue to think about long after I finish reading them. Educated is a memoir by Tara Westover that I will remember for a long time. Tara Westover was raised in Idaho by separatist […]

God Gives Grace to Mothers Too

  I recently posted a question on Facebook where I asked mothers about their frustrations, challenges and worries.   One thing I noticed about the responses was how mothers are worried that they will do it wrong.  One of our biggest concerns as mothers is that we will mess things up so bad for our […]

A Safe Place in an Unsafe World

I love the Super bowl. I know I have written my last two posts on how I love the Olympics, but I really love the Super Bowl. Even when my team, the Cowboys, are not playing I love to watch the Super Bowl. And I am not one of those I only watch the Super […]

The Thin Line Between Crazy and Courageous

I love the Olympics, but some of the events are crazy. I want to know who came up with that double luge thing? Have you seen it? It is the luge event where one guy is laying on top of another on a small sled and going down an icy track at, I don’t know, […]

Learning to Wait and Persevere Like Olympians

  I love watching the Olympics.  I find it exciting to watch the different Olympic sports.  Watching people get on a board, lay on their back and slide down an icy track is so exciting to me.  Maybe that’s because it looks absolutely crazy.  And then there is the ski jump.  Who was the first […]

Are You More Interested in Being Right or Being Jesus?

Most of us like to be right, I know I do. I like to be right about sports predictions, I like to be right with my children, I like to be right about people, I like to be right about the Bible. Recently I heard Bob Goff, author of Love Does, say, “I’m not trying […]

A Book Review for Historical Fiction Fans

I love reading historical fiction. It is fun to learn a little history while reading a great story at the same time. I recently finished a great new historical fiction book by Susan Meissner, As Bright As Heaven. I have read several of Susan’s book including Secrets of a Charmed Life which I highly recommend, […]

How to Know You are Loved and Seen

She gave this name to the Lord who spoke to her: “You are the God who sees me,” for she said, “I have now seen the One who sees me.” Genesis 16:13 I remember it like it was yesterday, even though it was almost 20 years ago. My husband and I moved to a new city and we […]

3 Ways to Help Make Gratitude a Habit

What would you do if I told you there was a way to lower your stress level and improve your health both physically and emotionally? Would you want to know more? It is not a pill, and it is not a diet plan, but it is a new habit. This thing that can improve your […]

5 Books That Will Make You Laugh, Cry and Inspire You

What books did you enjoy in 2017? Here are five of my favorite books that I read last year. Not all of these books were published last year, some of them have been in my to be read pile and I just got around to reading them in 2017. I read different genres so on […]

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