How to Pray When You Don’t Know Where to Start

We’re two and a half weeks into summer over here, and the living is lazy. With kids gone to camps and mission trips, we’ve yet to have all six of us under one roof for more than a couple of days. With the schedule up in the air from week to week, most days find us sleeping later, relaxing more,… Read More

When Special Needs Parents Don’t Feel So Special

If you’re the parent of a special needs kid, you’ve heard the sentiments: “You must be very special.” “God knew you could handle it.” “God only gives special kids to special people.” They come from well-meaning folks who look upon you in wonder and amazement, marveling at how you manage to do everything you do and still keep your sanity. They… Read More

High Notes {Vol. 30} — Father’s Day Edition

Happy Father’s Day! It’s time for links, a recap of the week’s posts, and stuff I’m totally loving this week! Favorite Links: Lt. Gov. Cox speaks at vigil for Orlando: ‘My heart has changed’ “I truly believe that this is the defining issue of our generation. Can we be brave? Can we be strong? Can we be kind and, perhaps,… Read More

What I’m Reading {June 2016 Quick Lit}

Aaaaaaand. . . . the lazy days of summer have arrived! June 15th is here, so you know what that means! It’s time for another What I’m Reading post! I’m linking up with Modern Mrs. Darcy to share short reviews of books I’ve read so far this month. What I’m Reading Raising Stony Mayhall by Daryl Gregory This is a zombie story, but one that… Read More