Embracing What My Prayer Time Looks Like in Different Seasons of Life
- June 11, 2012 |
[MUSIC VIDEO] This song is near and dear to my heart because Tyson wrote it based on the story of Job and compelled by our current season of life. It's a song that I sing boldly and yet still very broken before my God.
Ty would sit down to write but nothing sounded right and everything was pretty messy. It was frustrating to say the least. Mostly for him as he sincerely begged God to give him songs for the church.
With the growing number of single parents in the country today, many churches are embracing single parent ministries. This leads to growing questions by congregants and leadership. Single parenting expert, Jennifer Maggio, answers some of those tough questions.
- June 05, 2012 |
Learning to Give My Worries Over to God
- June 04, 2012 |
I think I have writer's block. Summer came and went and the book stayed unopened, un-edited, and unwritten. Then one night Ty and I had a bit of an argument and after agreeing to disagree I laid in bed wide awake, mentally begging God to let me sleep.
- May 30, 2012 |
How would you live today if there were no tomorrow?
In pursuing the elusive balanced life, many Christians find themselves pulled between two worlds -- that of their church and that of their home.
The light was nothing short of remarkable. No mountains blocked it. No hills kept it from view. I turned a complete 360 and realized that everywhere I looked there was light. And I was stunned...and also hooked on beautiful light.
Learning to Love the Life You Have: What I’ve Been Reading Lately
- May 28, 2012 |
I'd rather be an authentic nobody than a cheap knock-off of a somebody.
- May 25, 2012 |
Why do we overparent our kids?
- May 24, 2012 |
Attracting a Christian man has proven to be difficult for some Christian women. Read on to discover some of the latest tips on finding your Prince Charming in the sometimes ever-present land of frogs.
- May 22, 2012 |
Lately I've been indirectly fearful. I'd like to call it smart, trusting, or even okay with whatever happens. But now I see it for what it is: faux (or fake) peace.
I'm learning to embrace the broken beauty that each day brings.