I wrote and erased a half-dozen intros today. It’s hard to tolerate all the noise lately. But this is what’s on my heart, and it’s for believers only. There was a song we sang more than 20 years ago in church. Now, I hear it in my head every time I see people holding signs
I have news for non readers and anyone who loves to listen to story: Sovereign Ground is on audio book. More retailers are coming soon and I’ll update the list as they become available. Some of the audio book sites have free trials. So, I encourage you to take advantage and sign up to hear
I’ve been slowly working my way through a book titled Raising the Perfect Child through Guilt and Manipulation by comedian Elizabeth Beckwith. It’s ranting, witty, and irreverent. (If you have a problem with bad language it isn’t for you.) From the beginning of the book she sets down the foundation of raising your kids this
I once attended an outdoor wedding where the guests sat around a fire pit. The rows were elevated and many people had rocks or logs to sit on, but I wasn’t expecting it to be so rustic. I wasn’t the only one. There was a woman corralling two toddlers while we waited for the ceremony.
At first, the idea of being vulnerable seems negative. You might even picture helpless and defenseless, like a bug wiggling on its back. Its legs finding only air. Last year my writer’s group discussed vulnerability as the only way to be authentic in writing. Everyone says they want to read authentic writing, and see authentic