We’re All In The Same Lane: Time To Slow Down And Appreciate Others

I speed-walked through the aisles at the grocery store, nimbly avoiding slow-moving senior citizens blocking my way through the...

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My Breast Cancer Scare: Because having people you love die isn’t enough drama for one year, you have to worry about dying of cancer yourself to make things interesting.

My latest newsletter focused on remembering the glitter moments of every day.  Glitter moments are the distinctly wonderful moments...

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How To Make Him Love You In Three Easy Steps

Do you know a man who is perfect for you but he just doesn’t seem to realize it? Have you...

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Birthday #46: An Awful Year in Review

December marks the end of our calendar year, and for many, it is a time for reflection over the...

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Do Christians Sin After They Are Saved? Can A Woman Who Professes To Be Christian Have Had An Abortion?

  Can a Christian woman have an abortion? If a Christian woman chooses abortion, could she have ever known a...

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We became a screen-free family. What happened next?

So, we decided to become a screen-free family.  I removed our Wii, took away my kids iPads, and even...

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I took away my kids’ screens and here’s what happened…

I took away my kids’ screens and here’s what happened. I reluctantly took away my kids’ iPads when they were...

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Pole Fitness and My Christian Walk: When God Asked Me To Climb Higher

I never felt conflicted about teaching pole fitness to women- until God asked me to walk away from it...

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Birthday #45: The Stinkin’ Algebra Birthday

If the length of the base of a triangle has an inverse relationship with the square root of the...

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The War Against Abortion Continues

I am a woman with an abortion story. When I say that I have an abortion story, I do not...

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Made With Love Fudge

Mike was very thin when I met him. He served our country in the United States Coast Guard for...

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Roe v. Wade: Straddling the Fence on a Difficult Issue

Changes anticipated for Controversial Roe v. Wade ruling. When Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy announced his retirement on June...

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Our Home is Where our Heart is

Several months ago, my husband and I fell in love with a sweet little home. Built in 1941, it...

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I Blame Bob Hostetler

I have a terrible case of Helium Hand, and I blame Bob Hostetler! I attended my first writer’s conference in...

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The Dark Secret Behind The Smile: My Abortion Story

I knew that when I sat down and began writing a story in which the main character struggles after...

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Marriage and the Millenial

I recently attended training in which I heard an interesting statistic about marriage and Millienials: “A marriage model that involves...

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