Everyone experiences pain at times. Often it is temporary. But what do you do when it isn’t — when the pain just won’t go away, when healing does not come, when the grief and hurt settle in?
Read on for my review of Dr. Michelle Bengtson’s new book, “The Hem of His Garment.”Read article >
When I first expressed my desire to write, a friend invited me to a writing critique group where I met my good friend, Michelle Ule.
How about you? Do you have an in-person or online support group, critique group, or education group? Tell me about it in the comments!Read article >
Five-year-old Sarah Emily is abandoned under the sharp-pointed black iron letters ORPHAN ASYLUM OF LANDER. Timothy, a scruffy orphan boy, finds her on the doorstep, coaxes her inside—and a friendship begins.
See my full review of Sharon Schuller Kiser’s debut novel.Read article >
It’s that time of the year again when humans go crazy shooting off things that light up the sky and make loud bangs. Today on my blog, I’ll tell you about how Christy helps me remain calm during fireworks, so I can continue to do my job as her scent-sniffing service dog.Read article >
As a service dog, I am always at Christy’s side, so I go everywhere with her. She took me to a place called Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, to the place where they make and sell Moon Pies. But that’s not all we did there! Read on to learn about how we surprised a famous author and her mascot.Read article >
She gave away something precious. He lost a part of himself.
Can they find a way to help each other heal?
Return to 1972 Kokomo, Indiana, for the third installment of The Weather Girls Wedding Shoppe and Venue series—Runaround Sue—and what happens when people discover who God has called them to be.Read article >