In time for Easter – a story of redemption Use the form below to pre-order a signed print copy of Rachel’s Son at a discounted price of only $12.00 (that’s more than 25% off the retail price of $16.99) Rachel’s only son, two-year-old Micah, is slaughtered by Roman soldiers searching for the prophesied Messiah, sending … More PRE-ORDER RACHEL’S SON
A quarter of 2018 is almost over. It’s easy to miss it when it flies by so quickly, isn’t? But it’s good to slow down long enough to evaluate where we’ve been so far this year and where we’re headed. In other words, where are you going? My husband is a small craft pilot. He … More Where Are You Going?
A Journey of Broken Faith I’m all about taking our lives forward into more abundance. When we deal with our past, God can heal us, offer us hope and redeem the broken places in our heart. That’s why I’m so excited about my new book, Rachel’s Son. Rachel’s heart has been broken by the murder … More A Sneak Peak
Ever feel like smashing something? I certainly have. And I have smashed, slammed, thrown and torn up things. Sometimes our pain lashes out in rage. Whether it’s with words or objects, towards others or ourselves, destruction is never a healthy answer to our distress. But how do I stop? In the book of Romans, Paul … More The Third “D” Word
CALLING ALL READERS! Next month I’ll be releasing my next novel, and I’m looking for anyone who would like an advance pdf. copy in exchange for you writing an honest review the week it launches. Rachel’s only son, two-year-old Micah, is slaughtered by Roman soldiers searching for the prophesied Messiah, sending her life on a … More Can You Help Me?
Despair. The dictionary definition of despair is “to lose, give up, or be without hope.” “The sense of having done something irreversible tends to make us despair.” Oswald Chambers I would add that something done to us that is irreversible can also lead to despair. Despair is that feeling that every option is depleted and … More The 3 “D” Words Continued…
Another tragedy struck Florida this week. I hate to say this is becoming common place – may that not be true! But at the very least when people are senselessly shot down, we are left with questions, anger and sorrow. But a tragedy isn’t the only situation that can set off the 3 “D” words. … More The 3 “D” Words
I don’t often do this. While I’m always honest in sharing my heart here, I don’t always give all the details of my life. Usually, it doesn’t serve a purpose to talk about me apart from what I’m learning that may be helpful to others. But this post is different. On occasion I read back … More So What About the Goals I Set?
We can all run to God on our own. But sometimes we need the help and prayers of a friend. There’s something about another person joining us in asking God to be with us that makes it real, encouraging and relieving. Mary DeMuth’s new release, Jesus Every Day, offers us that friendly hand on our … More Need Divine Intervention?
Last week we talked about resolutions, goals and seeking God for direction. “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge him and he will make your paths straight.” Proverbs 3:5-6 So how do we do that? I see a few simple success guidelines … More Do You Rely on Your Own Understanding?