Portrait of a Reader: Bonnie W.

Aug 28

Portrait of a Reader: Bonnie W.

Welcome, Bonnie! Please start by introducing us to yourself and your family! I am married, the mother of two grown children and grandmother to five of the greatest grandchildren on earth.  Approximately 30 years or so ago, I had the pleasure of meeting a young lady who would become my daughter-in-law–you.  You have brought so much to our family and we all...

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What My Son’s Summer Internship Taught Me About Living the Christian LIfe

Aug 25

What My Son’s Summer Internship Taught Me About Living the Christian LIfe

Our youngest son spent his summer interning for our state representative, Scott Turner. Scott’s an awesome man who we’ve had the privilege to know since his candidate days. Our son, a political science major, wanted to experience a little of political life and working for Scott gave him a taste of both the glamour and the mundane involved in the job. I...

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A Sunday Psalm

Aug 24

A Sunday Psalm

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Playing by Heart Giveaways

Aug 21

Playing by Heart Giveaways

Two chances to enter to win copies of Playing by Heart! Enter yourself and share the information with a friend! (Both buttons are linked to their respective sites, so click away!) If you are on goodreads, enter this great giveaway:   My sweet author friend Alicia Willis is hosting this blog event for young ladies at www.aliciaannewillis.blogspot.com....

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To Live is Christ, To Die is Gain by Matt Chandler

Aug 18

To Live is Christ, To Die is Gain by Matt Chandler

I don’t read a ton of “Christian living” type books. I won’t go into all my reasons why. But on occasion I’ll get a Holy Spirit unction to read something. I generally find when this happens that the book speaks to exactly some question or struggle I’m facing and I race through the book in record time, soaking in truth like...

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A Sunday Psalm

Aug 17

A Sunday Psalm

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My Quiet House

Aug 13

My Quiet House

My daughter is settled in Philly, looking for a job, ready to start grad school. My older son is couch-surfing in his college town, the suburban full of furniture and all his stuff, meeting with the classroom teacher he’ll student teach with in the spring and waiting until he can move into his apartment on Saturday. And my younger son is all moved in to his...

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