I read the NYT best-selling trilogy, The Hunger Games, with my teenage son. As far as stories go, it was, page one to the last, full of action, love, and moral questioning. It gave myRead more
Our relationship would never be the same. I was sure of it.
Somewhere, at that foot of that cross, it hit me. Finally.
The earth shook beneath me, blasting me higher, deeper, and closer; a place where I grasped it for the very first time.Read more
Make the most of every opportunity. Colossians 4:5a Even though he led his high school team to a state championship, no college offered him an athletic scholarship. Harvard allowed he might be able to playRead more
By Kathy Carlton Willis The mega-millions spent by Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries, and Katy Perry and Russell Brand, on their lavish and exotic weddings failed to guarantee a long and blissful union. But theyRead more
The thought of going to Cambodia had never crossed Millie Carson’s mind. While seeking God’s will for her life in January 2011, a friend suggested that she go to this third world kingdom in SoutheastRead more
Since before time began no one has ever imagined, no ear heard, no eye seen, a God like you who works for those who wait for him. You meet those who happily do what isRead more
Proper Documentation (Or why I choose to scrapbook my faith…) By Courtney Walsh Not all that long ago, my family moved from Illinois to Colorado. It was a crazy thing for us to do givenRead more
While the jury is still out on whether or not the job market will get better in 2012, there is still room for improvement for those that still have jobs. Promotions are always within reach,Read more
People with their unpredictable, often contradictory tendencies trump all of my other fascinations. They’re so complex. Like the biker with the lovely solo voice and a notebook of self-authored poetry worn inside his leather jacket. AndRead more
She edges closer to the door, activating the checklist in my mind. “Here, take the GPS. And your cell phone charger.” I pile both items onto her schoolbooks. She opens the door with the onlyRead more