Ann Voskamp reminds us of the yada in Thanksgiving and redefines it to fit the truth of God.
11/23/2015 by Ann Voskamp
Ann Voskamp reminds us that there is no harm in just listening, and there can be great healing and hope and transformation.
10/30/2015 by Ann Voskamp
Stacy Voss shares the parallel between a house burned by a nearby car and the destruction in her life because of infidelity and divorce.
09/04/2015 by Stacy Voss
Ann Voskamp looks at our ravaged world this summer and uses the image of a ravaged countryside to help us remember the power of sharing scars with the one who bears our sin in his scars.
08/09/2015 by Ann Voskamp
Ann Voskamp on going to Iraq and meeting with those who have lost so much to ISIS and she calls us to wake up and do something
05/22/2015 by Ann Voskamp
Tammy Ruggles is a legally blind artist, photographer, and writer who paints by faith and not by sight and uses her gifts to bless and inspire.
05/08/2015 by Tammy Ruggles
Teresa Bell Kindred reminds us that what we define as happiness is nearly always temporary pleasure that is soon gone and leaves us unhappy; happiness is really on our own shoulders.
05/02/2015 by Teresa Bell Kindred
Stacy Voss writes about her pain and a friend's pain at finding out that their husbands have been unfaithful and had repeated adulteries.
04/24/2015 by Stacy Voss
Teresa Bell Kindred compares seeing Fifty Shades of Grey to a dirty mop bucket and a sponge.
03/14/2015 by Teresa Bell Kindred
Stacy Voss reminds us that we can let our bitterness and un-forgiveness poison us and steal our lives from us.
02/28/2015 by Stacy Voss
Stacy Voss reminds us of the story of Jonah and how Jonah praised God from the pit, from the belly of the beast, the fish.
01/09/2015 by Stacy Voss