Category Archives: Faith

Racing toward Perfection

For the past month, I’ve been working on the final edit of my book, The Jonah Complex. It’s a time-consuming and exhausting process. No matter how many times I go over the words, I’m pretty sure I can never make … Continue reading

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Narrow Mindedness Revisited

  What if I told you I was trying my best to be more narrow-minded? Would you think I’d joined a radical religious sect or some extreme right—or left—wing organization?  Or would you simply assume that I’m a small-town girl … Continue reading

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Hearts Under Attack

You wake, sweating, at two a.m. A crushing weight in the middle of your chest demands immediate attention. Instead of calling 911, you pad to the fridge for a snack and settle into the recliner in front of the TV. … Continue reading

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The High Cost of Adoption

My son and his wife are trying to adopt a child. For anyone who has been this route, you know the process can be expensive, time-consuming, and downright frustrating. The home studies, the fees, the waiting, the prayers. Adoption is … Continue reading

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On Becoming a Better Backseat Driver

On a recent road trip to Alabama, we loaded up the car, programmed an address into the GPS, and took off—with little advance planning and less concern about the maze of unknown streets, intersections, and highways that lay between us … Continue reading

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