Time to Simplify

Over the past several years when the new year dawns, it seems people sometimes choose a particular word to focus on for the coming 365 days. This is something I’ve done as well, and I usually start thinking about the “word” in November. The year 2013 was a bumpy ride, putting it mildly, and life […]

When Stopping Is the Start

What if instead of starting in January, we stop? I know, that sounds a little crazy in the midst of all the New Year’s resolutions about healthy living, spiritual growth, and relational investments that fill my Facebook feed and probably yours too. But hear me out. What happens in your heart, your home, your church, […]

Happy New Year!

It’s difficult to believe 2013 has come to a close. It’s been a chaotic year for my family, and we have a lot to celebrate. A Hopeful Heart, the first book in my Hearts of the Lancaster Grand series, debuted in June. My mother and I stuck to our exercise program and successfully made it […]

Radical Resolutions

It’s a new year. Again. I get tired just thinking about it. Of course everyone has made their resolutions and grand proclamations about how things will be different, better, healthier this year. It really is a time I don’t look forward to. Last week I mumbled something to myself (because if I said it out […]

Resolution: A Simple Life

I adore new years. There’s something about flipping the page on the calendar (yes, I still have a wall calendar) that gives me hope! I can accomplish the things important to me. I can make changes that need to be made. I can . . . I know I can. I don’t just make resolutions. […]

I Resolve to . . .

Yes, it’s that time of year. The calendar was flipped to 2013, and everyone in America (and I’m sure a few other countries) are making resolutions for a new year. Most everyone has a similar list. I even found one on the internet. Stop Smoking Get into a Habit of Being Fit Lose Weight Enjoy […]

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