Whether it’s on the news or in our own back yards, we’ve all seen the devastation of natural disasters unfold. When the fear has subsided and we’re left picking up the pieces, it’s easy to ask, “Why, God?” If you or someone you know has asked this question, I invite you to read my latest article,
If you live on this earth you can be sure of one thing: you will witness evil. We should expect it and be prepared to react. Read my latest article on Crosswalk.com for some ideas on how to respond when evil shows its ugly face. How Should You Respond to Evil?
Taking time to care for your mental health will benefit you, those around you, and the quality of your daily work. Check out my latest article for 5 Ways to Take Care of Your Mental Health.
Esther is one of my favorite books of the Bible. I love how God can be found in each and every situation, yet he is never mentioned. I highlighted just a few examples of God’s involvement in my latest article “The book of the Bible that’s all about God without mentioning Him.”
We all have our unique struggles in life; our own battles to fight. In these trying times we are often challenged by a lack of patience. My latest contribution on Crosswalk.com will remind you of 20 People Who Had to be More Patient Than You.
Husbands, don’t abuse your authority over you wife and pursue your dream without her support. Wives, don’t believe the lie that you deserve to pursue your dream with or without his blessing. You are no longer two, but one. “When Your Dream is the Last Thing Your Spouse Wants”
I pray this finds its way to anyone who needs it today… A Prayer for Fighting Suicidal Thoughts
This is a topic I’ve wanted to write about for years! I’m grateful to Crosswalk.com for allowing me to share my thoughts with such a wide audience. Please read and share “Why You Need to Think before Posting That Swimsuit Photo of Your Man on Facebook”.
When I began the journey of motherhood, my goal was to lay a foundation of trust with my children. I wanted them to know their dad and I were there for them in every aspect of their lives: the good, the bad, the ugly, the easy stuff, the hard stuff, in times of rejoicing and
Recently I quoted John Boy Walton as saying, “”Writing is work! It’s as back breaking as digging a ditch. It’s as exhausting as plowing a field from sun up to sun down.” I felt this way while writing my latest article for Crosswalk. I wrote and rewrote this article so many times, I actually