Most of the time we learn through our mistakes. We need to forgive ourselves and move on.
I try to be friendly, but I get nervous that I won’t say the right thing, that others will see through me to the shy person I am at heart.
Today, five-year-old girls are being treated for eating disorders.
We have a heart condition. The diagnosis is serious.
Have you got the after-Mother’s Day blues? You’re not alone.
Encouragement can create great things!
Parenting is most effective when lived out by example. Although my parenting style is different than my moms, she taught me the most important thing: living by faith.
Three easy ways to connect with your kids throughout the day.
She had to remind herself to keep putting one foot in front of the other.
I love to pray for my friends at work, and I am encouraged to know my friends pray for me.
Graceful? No, that's not me, but that's ok. I've had some real memorable moments and sometimes it's just best to laugh.
The truth is that there is beauty in absolutely every season. But sometimes we have to look really closely to find it.
I’ve heard it said countless times that the high cost of organic grocery items is a deterrent to eating more organic food - but it doesn’t have to be.
It is easy to see the obvious horror that came out of the Boston bombings, but what about the unseen tragedy?
Lately I’ve felt like every yes I give – even for good things, even for great things – is a “no” to my family, a “no” to sleep, a “no” to sanity.
It is possible to find meaning in the midst of pain.
Immediately upon returning to work, I saw a glimmer of hope in the situation over which my heart was heavy.
I love history! World War Two has always captured my curiosity.
To me, gossip can sometimes fall into the category of "trouble talk," which is probably why I have a hard time not doing it.
As we continue to find our collective footing after Monday's tragedy in Boston, I am reminded of another time when senseless violence seemed to rock the foundations of peace in our nation.