Many of the Christian women writers, teachers, and preachers I follow have posted this week about John MacArthur’s deplorable behavior at a recent men’s conference. He was asked what two words come to mind when he hears the name “Beth Moore.” He replied, “Go home.” Beth Moore has been a powerful Bible teacher for 40 … Continue reading I Went Home.
At various points we all face the challenge of pain: do we make desperate attempts to escape, endure with a stiff upper lip, or work towards healthy change? Even when it's uncomfortable, most of us tend to stick with the status quo until we simply can't anymore. Today's guest post might be that dose of creative courage someone … Continue reading Sweet Sugar-Free Life
I've been thinking about community... Recently a friend posted about setting "Better Together" goals with her husband. It got me thinking (thanks, Cara!). I'm not much of a goal setter, too generally scatter-brained. But Guy's more organized along those lines. What if we set goals together and held each other accountable? During my Inauguration Day … Continue reading Better Together
One of my favorite weeks of the year is coming right up: our annual trip to the Cation House. I originally wrote this post for my friend Cara Meredith's blog during her 2015 guest post series on rituals (please go check out her blog - great stuff happening over there!). I can't wait for another week of beach-y rest, … Continue reading Ritual: Cation House
Today's guest post comes from a friend with whom Guy and I laughed ourselves silly during The Great 2010 Washington DC Snowpocalypse following the National Prayer Breakfast (we might have, at moments, engaged in the alternative--tears and hair-pulling--but laughter proved more helpful). We prayed together and then got stranded together in the gorgeous hip-deep snow we waded through … Continue reading Get Your Butt in the Chair