Why me?

Can We Talk? (Really)

I don’t command the attention of thousands. I’m just a very little fish in a very big pond who tries to share what I’ve learned without making any unnecessary waves. So what are the chances of me getting hacked? HUGE.

Kindle Fire

Win a Kindle Fire AND Four Books!

This is the biggest giveaway I’ve ever offered! But I wanted to make it more exciting, so I asked some friends to join me. Between us, we’re giving away a FREE Kindle Fire PLUS four books to get you started …

Undone front cover

Book Review – Undone

I first heard of Michele Cushatt on the Michael Hyatt podcast This is Your Life. At first she came across as sweet, thoughtful, and genuine. And then one day, Michael turned the tables and interviewed her about her new …

Emotional pain can steal your life. Take it back!

6 Steps to Emotional Freedom

He sat in front of me, taunting me and refusing to move. I desperately wanted to leave the room, but he was so close that I didn’t have space to maneuver. I felt trapped. How could I escape?

I still …


Another Book Releases!

Exciting news! Reintegration, the second book in the Beyond Warrior’s Bride series, is NOW AVAILABLE!

ReintegrationThe first book in this series, Your Extended Family, is available here for Kindle and here for Nook. It talks about dealing …

More than we can handle

More Than I Can Handle

How many of you grew up hearing that God won’t give you more than you can handle? I did! Even Mother Teresa said, “I know God won’t give me anything I can’t handle. I just wish God wouldn’t trust me …

Unsightly weeds

Removing the Weeds from Your Heart

What should you do when you’ve been deeply hurt by another person? What if the hurt was intentional? What if they don’t see the problem, or they don’t care about your pain?

Today I’m honored to welcome Sherry Gareis, author, …

I can do anything?

I Can Do Anything!

One of the popular phrases when I was growing up was, “You can do anything!” I know it came from well-meaning adults who wanted to encourage the children of my generation to dream big and work hard. I had a …

How do you make a decision?

Making Decisions Easy

I stood in the cereal aisle, contemplating my choices. I wanted something with some semblance of nutrition, but also enough sugar that my children would at least consider eating it. But it was a full, long aisle of nothing but …