Currently browsing

Blog

Freedom . . . for a Good Life

John chapter 9 begins by saying that Jesus saw a man blind from birth. The disciples make the assumption of their day when they ask whose sin caused the blindness. After all, the lack of vision must have been caused …

To Military Families, from a Civilian

I am now in the position that everything my coauthor, Kathy Barnett, and I could have poured into our book to military spouses is done. The file is at the printers, waiting its turn in line to become a printed …

Book Review: A Distant Melody

This might be the year of the new author for me, as the book I’m about to tell you about is written by Sarah Sundin, another new-to-me author. And if you read many of my reviews on my blog, then …

Fighting Frustration

Frustration. Whether it’s people or just life in general, all of us deal with frustration on a regular basis. Perhaps your husband isn’t doing what you think he should, or your marriage isn’t what you want it to be. Maybe …

Prospering Plans

These are tough times for many. The housing market collapse left some in homes that were no longer worth their mortgage. Company’s choosing to downsize in order to stay profitable left some without jobs and many others with less hours. …

Living with a Wounded Soul

Do you or a friend live with a wounded warrior? This phrase has become somewhat common place within the military community, although its application is very broad. The following is an excerpt from The Warrior’s Bride in which I share …