August 29, 2017

A Glossary for Grief

By Elisa Morgan

There is no specific word in the English language to describe a parent who has lost a child. A wife without her husband is a widow. A husband without a wife is a widower. A child bereft of parents is an orphan. A parent whose child ha...

August 22, 2017

How often do we miss the freedom God provides for us when we get "stuck" in unexpected journey turns? Read on and discover how to find freedom within the journey, whatever it brings.


Living Free

By Leah Robin Kohlsaat

We were trapped. On our return trip fro...

August 15, 2017

Relationships can be risky. And yet life without them leaves us lonely - and less than our best. We need others to make us better versions of ourselves. Is it time for you to take the next step of risking relationship?


The Tribe that Built Me

By Heather Riggleman


August 8, 2017

The title of my first book was "I'm Tired of Waiting." I wrote it when I was nearly thirty, weary in the wait for a child through adoption. Over thirty years later, I'm still "tired of waiting," for other things though. Like friend Kelli Worrall, I've learned to embrac...

August 3, 2017

In celebration of my first devotional published in Our Daily Bread, under the title, "Nozomi Hope," Sue of the Nozomi Project shares about how their beautiful jewelry, created from broken pottery, is offering hope and rebuilding lives in Japan.


Beauty in Brokenness


August 1, 2017

Who Knew?

By Elisa Morgan

Who knew that some forty-five years ago in a high school English class, I'd pull out a spiral notebook and poise my Bic ballpoint over the even blue lines to catalogue various ponderings on paper?

Who knew I'd raise my hand as a sixteen-year-old...

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