The Ultimate Summer Reading Guide for Christian Women

Do you ever get stuck in a rut of reading the same kind of books over and over again? I so often get stuck in a rut of reading fiction if I’m not intentional about picking out different types of books. There’s nothing wrong with fiction (as long as it isn’t trashy!) and there are […]

Marriage Monday: Are you (a woman) Addicted to P*rn?

Note: Today is the first offering in my new series, Marriage Monday. I’m starting with a doozy so hang on tight! You might be confused by the title- aren’t most people that are addicted to p*rn of the male variety? I would venture to say that yes, that the majority of those that look at […]

What I’ve Read this Year: February Edition

Hi there- welcome to my 2nd edition of “What I’ve Read this Year.” I’m trying really hard to keep track of everything I’m reading this year and wanted to share with you, since many of you ask for book suggestions! I’m not reading fiction books for the Lenten period (Feb 10- March 27) so there […]

What I’ve Read this year: January

Hi friends and Happy Monday! We’re coming off a busy but fun weekend. My husband is in Africa so keep my family in your prayers! One thing my friends always ask is, “What do you recommend I read?” I’m a pretty voracious reader so I usually have a suggestion or 2.  I’ve decided to keep up […]

How to find Time to Read- when you have none to spare

One of the many questions I get asked A LOT is how I find time to read while homeschooling, blogging, doing Virtual Assistant work, raising 4 children, having time with my husband, who’s a pastor, and you know, breathing. There are a few tips I’ve picked up along the years to allow me time to […]

I have some French in my blood…

… or maybe I don’t. (My mom is probably wondering what in the world I’m talking about!) But after reading my friend Anita Joyce’s new book French Accents, I wish I did! From the attention-grabbing introduction (in which Anita finds out she, in fact, does have French ancestors) to the final thoughts, this book is […]