‘Trinity for Tots’ by Mary Moerbe Pre-launch!

Image from Mary Moerbe. Hey! I was recently asked to review an upcoming book for a friend, and I thought I'd share it with all of you! It is called Trinity for Tots by Mary Moerbe. I know I don't often review children's books here, but as I am a mom to two young children and this …

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Review: Boundaries

This is a book that can help those who struggle to say a strong no, a truthful yes, and create healthy relationships with those around them.

A Story of Encouragement from a Neighbor

When I set out to write today, this isn’t what I had in mind, but I just received a call from a neighbor a few minutes ago. I don’t know her very well. Actually, I know barely anything about her other than 1) she’s my neighbor 2) I know her name 3) she drives a …

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Thoughts on “Divine Goodness” from The Problem of Pain

"I do not think I should value much the love of a friend who cared only for my happiness and did not object to my becoming dishonest." C. S. Lewis, "Divine Goodness," The Problem of Pain

Hymns: What a Friend we have in Jesus

Joseph Medlicott Scriven was in 1819 born to John and Jane Scriven of Banbridge, Ireland. Joseph had a rather turbulent life even from a young age. He had wanted to serve in the military, but his poor health led to him studying at Trinity College, which he graduated from in 1842. A year later, his fiancée drowned …

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