For many people, freedom simply means the absence of bondage. But to truly be free means you understand who you are in Christ by finding your purpose.Read more
When I had the opportunity to review Atlas Girl, I took it because part of her tagline is “Finding Home in the Last Place I Thought to Look.” Having been on the move with my husband and our family for the past six years, I’ve found myself longing for a place to call home. Emily’s tagline caught my attention, and I wondered how far she had to travel to find “home.” I wondered if our stories would mingle.Read more
by Alycia Morales Have you ever been standing in a line at Walmart and noticed the way someone was dressed or the choice of magazine they were browsing? Have you ever eavesdropped on a conversationRead more
by Alycia Morales The other day, a gentleman who attended my freelance editing class at a recent writers conference sent me an email. In it, he mentioned how much a previous blog post had madeRead more
by Alycia Morales Nothing brightens my day more than opening my mailbox to find a letter or card from a friend. It’s always nice to know someone has been thinking of me. There are soRead more
Here’s the thing about thoughts and emotions: they can be incredibly deceptive.
Consider the things you think about on a regular basis.
If we don’t take our thoughts captive to Jesus Christ, our minds can take us way off course.
by Maureen Hager Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away, behold, all things have become new. 2 Corinthians 5:17 Since I was a small child, FromRead more
by Alycia Morales It wasn’t a couple of years ago my oldest son, Ezra came home from middle school crying that he hated everyone and never wanted to return. Just a month ago, my middleRead more
Too often we want the squeaky clean success without first trudging through the dirt. Ironically enough, if we focus on that dirt—the here and now—it doesn’t feel so dirty anymore. We don’t feel so utterlyRead more