Defining Happiness

The last few weeks, I’ve been digging into Jennifer Dukes Lee’s soon to be released The Happiness Dare. Jennifer’s last book, Love Idol, was life-changing for me. So, even though this new book of hers frightened me, I took on the challenge and joined her Launch Team, trusting that the LORD would again bless me … More Defining Happiness

Breaking Light: The Reflection of an Unveiled Face

This post is linked up to Carolina’s #OpenMicMonday: This is the eighth post in Anna and Wendy’s joint blog project, Breaking Light. It has been an amazing month of overwhelming light shining from the vessels of God’s lovely people. Today’s post is a bit different. Unusual in that Wendy shares the light of someone who … More Breaking Light: The Reflection of an Unveiled Face

Shattered Perfection an Invitation to be Held

This past week, I’ve been participating in my friend Jen’s online Bible study, reading through Amy Carroll’s Breaking Up With Perfect. We were given homework, including picking one challenge from the book. I chose: “Make a list of the events in your life that have shattered your picture of Perfect. Beside each, write something good … More Shattered Perfection an Invitation to be Held

To Lose is …

Luke 14: 25-27 (MSG) One day when large groups of people were walking along with him, Jesus turned and told them, “Anyone who comes to me but refuses to let go of father, mother, spouse, children, brothers, sisters—yes, even one’s own self!—can’t be my disciple. Anyone who won’t shoulder his own cross and follow behind me … More To Lose is …

Breaking Light: Worthy to Receive His Love

The winner of last week’s draw for Jennifer Moye’s (last Tuesday’s guest) soon-to-be-released book A Gospel Christmas is … Rebecca Lynn (, who commented on Anna’s blog.  Anna will be in touch with you on the details of your gift.  Thanks you for visiting and commenting on Anna’s post. This is our 5th post in the … More Breaking Light: Worthy to Receive His Love

When God Kisses Wounds

Such a beautifully encouraging post by a fellow Christian blogger. May it bless you also: It was like every other day since I was infected. Always crying “Unclean! Unclean!” took a toll…on the soul as well as the throat. I don’t know how I contracted it but I did… Source: When God Kisses Wounds