Sandy Kirby Quandt is an inspirational writer with a passion for God, history and travel; passions that often weave their way into her stories and articles. She has written numerous articles and stories for adult and children publications. She has won several awards for her writing, including the 85th Annual Writer’s Digest Writing Competition, and First Place in the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference Foundations Awards for her entries in Flash Fiction, Young Adult and Middle Grade categories. Looking for words of encouragement or gluten-free recipes? Then check out Sandy’s blog, Woven and Spun, http://www.sandykirbyquandt.com. You can also find Sandy at Christian Devotions.
I have a problem and I don’t believe I’m the only one who has struggled with it. The problem is comparing myself to others and feeling like I don’t measure up. It’s easy to do,
January 6, 2015. A new week. A new month. A new year. The old calendar has been placed in the recycle bin. The new one sits on my desk waiting to be covered in ink
Mary. The mother of Jesus. Blessed among women. Chosen by God. Many a time I’ve tried. I really have. But I just cannot imagine what it was like to be a teenage virgin engaged to