Isaiah

Who Is Isaiah’s Wife?

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I attended my favorite annual conference—ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers)—at the end of September. It’s always fun to meet new-to-me authors—some published, some aspiring, and some so new to writing they’re not even aspiring yet!   At one lunch discussion, I met a sweet gal named—Jerusha. Upon hearing her name, I squealed, “I’ve never met a Jerusha!!”  She looked rather startled. …

Daughters

Who is Isaiah’s Daughter?

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Let’s face it…daughters are a special class of people. I’m one. I birthed two. And I’m a proud GramMesu to four grand ones! Sons and grandsons are wonderful, too, I know—I’m married to an amazing one—but they’re made of snips and snails and puppy dog tails. Right? Little girls are made of sugar and spice and everything nice? Okay…most of …

Expectations

How to Spot a Judas in Your Life

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If you’re reading this because the title intrigued you, my guess is you’ve felt the sting of betrayal by a close friend or family member. My husband once picked up a book based on the title, The H.I.M. Book: A Woman’s Manual for Understanding Her Highly Identifiable Male. He picked it off a bookstore shelf, read the table of contents, …

Control Issues

Help for Control Issues

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Here’s how I realized I had control issues. I began struggling with chronic health issues when our daughters were in junior high. Because of the myriad of unusual and unexplained symptoms, I was sure I had some latent cancer that the docs weren’t finding, and I was no doubt dying. My first thought? I told my husband we needed to …

Birdcage

Three Keys to Positive Perspective

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We recently visited with some dear folks from Illinois who’ve been our friends for—wow, I can hardly believe it—nearly 30 years! During that time, both couples have experienced ups and downs. We’ve supported each other through job changes, the death of parents, and other major life stressors. It seems only fitting that the Lord would teach me some important things …