I recently had the privilege of being asked to review “A Legacy of Lies” by Stephenia McGee, an emerging Christian romance writer. I should begin by saying that contemporary romance is about the furthest thing from my typical medieval reading, so this book was a step outside the box for me. McGee packs several different [Read the full story ...]
I’ve been running ideas through my head about what to write about the end of the school year. Do I succumb to tears as I pour out my heart about my little girl’s Confirmation and my oldest boy’s 8th grade graduation? Should I attempt humor with admissions of how I convinced my youngest boy that a project [Read the full story ...]
As I listen to my two boys play and giggle in the next room, I am struck by how we often do not even recognize God’s answers to our prayers. Tyler and Drew are four years apart in age and have had some ups and downs in their relationship. About two years ago I was in tears [Read the full story ...]
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Review: Act of Grace by Karen Simpson This book surprised me. I bought this book after hearing this author speak at a conference and having a conversation with her . . . . and I was still surprised by this book. This novel is like nothing I have read before. It includes mysticism and the [Read the full story ...]
What would you do if you were not afraid? This is the question posed today in a publisher blog that I follow, and coming in the wake of other messages that have been sent my way it is a profound question. About a week ago I was discussing my writing with my husband and was [Read the full story ...]
A very blessed Easter to you! I will admit that I have nothing lengthy or profound to share this morning that hasn’t already been said. We are bursting with gratefulness of God’s great mercy as we celebrate my daughter’s confirmation! He is so good! He is risen! He is risen indeed! Alleluia!
I have a habit of keeping my past to myself. Apparently I am still afraid that people may judge me by my actions of ten or even twenty years ago. Afraid that I will be looked down upon or found unworthy, I am careful to present only the version of me that is the devoted wife [Read the full story ...]
I have started writing articles for www.Helium.com. My first assignment was writing an article on why some people are afraid of the existence of God. To read my article, click the link below. http://www.helium.com/items/2431093-big-misunderstanding
The following is my March Edwardsburg Voice article. I was tasked with writing about Easter egg hunts, which I found to be challenging in terms of originality and interest. Let me know what you think of it Every year our church hosts an Easter Egg Hunt for the younger children. Hundreds of eggs are “hidden” [Read the full story ...]