Every week in the month of November we will be featuring an article on cultivating gratitude and thankfulness. To see the full series, click HERE.
We love to tell people, “Be honest with me.” But do we really want the answers to that statement?
It’s like when Lynn and I were newly married, maybe two weeks in, and we were about to go out and meet some friends.
A day without sunshine is like, you know, night. ~Steve Martin
I wish I had a dollar for every person who told me to “think positive” or “stay positive” during my cancer ordeal.
It was Picasso who said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” What I believe Picasso is referring to is a loss of imagination.
Why did unstoppable wild fires break out across California, destroying lives and property? Why did multiple hurricanes ravage the Caribbean and Gulf Coast? Why did a massive earth quake leave hundreds dead in Mexico? Wh
One of my all-time favorite childhood activities in the mountains was starting the nightly campfire. It’s no secret that all children are closet pyromaniacs. Something about kids and fire just goes hand in hand.
Two and a half years ago, my husband and I moved from California to Illinois with our 8 month old daughter, Evelyn.
Written by Lisa Beamer, wife of the late Todd Beamer, in her book, Let’s Roll.
Lately I’ve been trying to look at the bigger picture, to discover what I’m supposed to learn from all this.
There are 115.2 million adult who identify themselves as Christians in the U.S. But only 45% of those who say they attend church regularly read the Bible more than once week.
You will end up in the wilderness more than once in your life. And when you do, I hope you find comfort in knowing that the wilderness is the place where God speaks.