A MEME to Remember

A MEME to Remember

My maternal grandmother became a single mom when her husband died of cancer. She unexpectedly found herself a young mother of a 2-year-old daughter. Alone. Her world was changed forever as she stood beside that deathbed. But she was a praying woman, and her prayers...

Called to be a Christian in Business

I loved going back to school as an adult. I adored getting my higher education at a Christian college. I literally loved every bit of it—looking at each subject through a Christian lens, starting classes with prayer, meeting fellow students who shared my love of Jesus...

Drawn to the Trash

I could sense her anticipation as she inched her pint-sized frame toward the open door. What excitement lay beyond? Dark and mysterious, the shadowy edges called to her. It was the perfect place to explore. Her pace hastened. She could hold back no longer. But just on...

Celebrate in the Darkness

I have a friend that says, “Life’s too short not to celebrate every little thing you can.” I like the way she thinks. The other day another friend of mine told me about something she’d learned in her study of the Bible that calls for a celebration. It’s pretty cool,...

Trade in Fish Tales for Truth

“Natalie had a bat in her house,” said Jackson, who was sharing his day’s stories from preschool. His 6-year-old brother Landon groaned from the backseat of my Jeep. “Bats are disgusting!” Jack continued, “And do you know what Sam had in his house?” He paused for a...