By Lisa Mouton Note: Lisa and I were college roommates for several years and have maintained our friendship for over twenty years. With the recent death of George Floyd and other Black Americans, I invited Lisa to share the thoughts in her heart about racism and how we can all help. When the recent protests … Read More about What Can I Do About Racism?
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What is your best advice for high school graduates? What do you wish you would have known when you graduated from high school? I asked friends, family, and readers, and here are the gems they came up with. There is so much great wisdom here- even for me, as I navigate my 40’s! Please add … Read More about Advice for High School Graduates
Due to Covid-19, we will all be celebrating Easter Sunday from home. It might look a bit different than normal, but it’s an extraordinary opportunity to really focus on Jesus Christ. Here are several free and meaningful resources to make this easier and impactful. I wish you a blessed and meaningful Easter, where you feel … Read More about Celebrating Easter Sunday at Home
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Since Covid-19 has caused all the schools to close and many libraries too, what’s a mom to do when she’s trying to get her kids to read but books are limited and you don’t want to spend a fortune at Amazon? Don’t worry- I’ve got you! Below are ten ways to get free or cheap … Read More about Free and Cheap Ways to Get Books