Time for a new adventure
Soul Care

Are you ready for a new soul adventure?

I am further away from my date of birth than I am from my home going. The world I knew growing up and raising a family was very different from the world I’m living in now or will be tomorrow. Yet, it is this pandemic laced, politically messy, violent, and

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How to make autumn cozy
Fall

How to make autumn cozy

This week, after a full day, I meandered into Trader Joes to pick up some of their autumn specialty items. You know, the Pumpkin Kringle that I freeze for our fall, family gatherings and the Pumpkin Ravioli that ALWAYS disappears before I can stock up on it. After choosing a

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Evil is one of the reasons you need soul care. So here are 5 soul care tips for cleaning up the atmosphere within.
Soul Care

5 soul care tips for a daily blast of fresh air

It’s an old habit, but a good one. When I wake up early in the morning, I keep my eyes closed and check the weather in my soul. One morning recently my soul was foggy and gray. So I put on my soul-scientist robe and analyzed the foggy, gray cloud-cover

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Three steps to how the perfect love of God can overcome fear
Experiencing Jesus

Successful women don’t have anxiety, or do we?

One of my earliest memories is of drowning. I was a chubby, little, red-haired, bikini-clad toddler desperately trying to grab onto an empty Coors can in a vast ocean. The beer can bobbled away as I frantically tried to keep my head above the churning water that was pulling me

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What if there was a cure that treated sleepless nights and Alzheimer's disease? God has a cure for both, and it's super simple.
Soul Care

God’s cure for sleepless nights

Sleepless nights are not my friend. After having six kids, scattered over 16 years, I thought the years of little sleep would be over when my babies learned to sleep through the night. All too soon those babies became teenagers and stayed out late with their friends, which is one

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How to Simplify Your Life Right Now by asking Yourself questions
Quiet Moments

How to simplify your life right now

Do you remember the simple things of childhood—after school games of hide-and-seek, kick the can, or swimming in the old swimming hole? OR, as you grew older, you’d grab a hamburger after school and walk over to a friend’s house to study before going to the Friday night game? I

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It's OK to have a pity party sometimes. That's normal. You're human. And you probably need to blow off steam. Here's how to throw a great pity party.
Personal Growth

How to Throw a Great Pity Party

Just thinking about you and wanted to encourage you that it’s OK to have a pity party sometimes. It’s normal. You’re human. And you probably need to blow off steam. It could be you’ve got a bad cold, a sink full of dirty dishes, and three piles of laundry sitting

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