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.
Some women are able to birth a house full of kids without a single death, while others face the trauma of recurrent losses.
Everybody wants to be loved, celebrated and known. We were created for deep connections, but we tend to get in our own way. The hardest walls to scale are the walls of the human heart.
What would happen if you and your family committed to doing one act of kindness each day for a year? Our world desperately needs more kindness.
On this episode Joy and Adam chat with Christian historical and romance novelist Pam Hillman.
I’ve read plenty of books, Christian and not, and all of them have had some sort of influence on me. I love them all: history, humor, fiction, whatever.
Original post by Sally Clarkson on AnnVoskamp.
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.