Where Faith and Fiction Collide – Guest Author Eileen Rife

Healing in the Aftermath of Abortion Eileen Rife   Her urgent voice traveled over the phone line. “Where are you, honey?” I sat at my station, scribbling notes on a form provided by the crisis pregnancy center. “I’m in a phone booth. My mom’s in the grocery store, and she wants me to get anContinue reading “Where Faith and Fiction Collide – Guest Author Eileen Rife”

Where Faith and Fiction Collide – Guest Author Bonnie Leon

Author Bonnie Leon joins us today to share one of her favorite pieces of fiction and how it collides with faith. Bonnie is the author of twenty-two novels, including the recently released Return to the Misty Shore, the popular Alaskan Skies and bestselling The Journey of Eleven Moons. Bonnie’s books are being read internationally and she hearsContinue reading “Where Faith and Fiction Collide – Guest Author Bonnie Leon”

Where Faith and Fiction Collide – Guest Author Gail Kittleson

Author Gail Kittleson is my guest today. Gail is here to share with us about where faith and fiction collide. Enjoy! Some viewers might consider Fried Green Tomatoes a movie about friendship rather than faith, but there’s a scene where Ruth’s volatile, abusive husband threatens to steal their baby. Shaken to the core, she saysContinue reading “Where Faith and Fiction Collide – Guest Author Gail Kittleson”

Where Faith and Fiction Collide – Guest Author Alexis A. Goring

A Happily Ever After that Never Ends A devotional written by Alexis A. Goring This devotional is based on the end quote in a movie that I saw a year ago on The Hallmark Channel. The movie was called, “Love By The Book”. Here’s a link to the official trailer for the movie. “Love ByContinue reading “Where Faith and Fiction Collide – Guest Author Alexis A. Goring”

We Need Each Other — Where Faith and Fiction Collide

I’ve been trying to revamp my blog for a while now. My tagline or “theme” is Where Faith and Fiction Collide, but up until this point, I haven’t really tied the two together too well. I’ve been chewing on some ideas for the last few weeks, and it finally dawned on me — I’ll talkContinue reading “We Need Each Other — Where Faith and Fiction Collide”

This Summer’s Proverbs 31 Ministries OBS is The Husband Project by Kathi Lipp #giveaway

I’m so proud of and excited for my friend Kathi Lipp because her book The Husband Project has been chosen by Proverbs 31 Ministries as their summer Online Bible Study. What’s unbelievable is the response they’ve had. 40,000 women are signed up to do this thing! 40,000 women! I’m inviting you to join in the madness. TheContinue reading “This Summer’s Proverbs 31 Ministries OBS is The Husband Project by Kathi Lipp #giveaway”

Finding More Than You Were Looking For

Twice in two weeks, Jesus helped me find the keys. Before you go thinking I must be the most irresponsible woman in the world to have lost my keys not once but twice, they weren’t my keys and I didn’t misplace them. The first set belonged to my husband. He’d put them somewhere for safeContinue reading “Finding More Than You Were Looking For”

Detours and Rejections – When Our Paths Aren’t Smooth

Have you ever had one of those moments when you’re standing in line at the ticket box office and it’s almost your turn and the attendant lights up the “Sold Out” sign and shuts her window? Or you go to the hospital positive you’re in labor and they send you home? Or you’ve found theContinue reading “Detours and Rejections – When Our Paths Aren’t Smooth”

How Do You Recharge? #amliving

Life, in general, drains the energy right out of us. We live in a multitasking, 24 hours a day 7 days a week society. Our minds and our bodies are in a constant state of action. Some of us are even in a constant state of stress or “fight or flight” with our cortisol levelsContinue reading “How Do You Recharge? #amliving”

What if we tithed 10% of our time? #tithing

Giving your tithe. What a touchy subject for some people. When pastors talk about reaching into your wallet and putting 10% of your income into the offering plate, some of us become prickly like a porcupine. For some, however, giving 10% of their income is no biggie. But when it comes to giving of theirContinue reading “What if we tithed 10% of our time? #tithing”