The “Buts” of Comparison – #LiveFreeThursday with Suzanne Eller

Crack kills—everyone knows that. And most people know they shouldn’t do drugs. But in our blogging/writer community, drugs are not our greatest enemy. Instead, it is the dark horse lurking about seeking to devour anyone who will turn their attention his way. His name? Comparison. And left unrestrained, I submit to you: COMPARISON KILLS. Comparison […]

Shining the Light in the Face of Change #LiveFreeThursday

It takes courage to change—real God-centered change where growth happens requires being stripped naked to the core of our very being. Spiritual change evolves from vulnerability. And for some, vulnerability can show up in the simplest of tasks. Even sex, a task meant for expressing love in its deepest form. I’d rather be buried alive […]

Grieving My Daughter’s Diagnosis: Thursday’s Grieving Series Post on Saturday

I’m hosting a series over here for the next few Thursdays on Grieving. The original posts/series are found over at my friend Lisa’s spot- Me Too Moments for Moms. Today, Grace is sharing about her daughter’s diagnosis of Rett Syndrome: My daughter’s diagnosis of Rett Syndrome came gradually. First the “Maybe…” from the doctor, then the […]