He is Risen Indeed
On Easter, my second father was actually dying.
Why You and Your Spouse Should Have a MOUNTAIN TOP EXPERIENCE Together
A few months ago, my husband had the amazing opportunity to travel to Israel for 10 days with some awesome Christian leaders, speakers, musicians, and athletes. It was truly one of those “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunities. I was invited to go too,…
The Hidden Truth About Venting
Your co-worker just made you so mad. Or maybe it was your husband who said something insensitive this morning. Or your teenager who rolled her eyes when you asked her to empty the dishwasher. Again. You feel like a pot…
DIY Farmhouse Fan - making over your ugly fixture
We all have them in our homes – ugly ceiling fans that we would love to get rid of, but desperately need to keep. Here’s how we turned our eyesore of a fixture into a DIY Farmhouse Fan! Do you…
What NOT to say to your man - ever.
Ladies, if there were a reality TV show like “What NOT to Wear,” but for relationships, these three things would be at the top of the list for “What NOT to say to your man.” Now, don’t get me wrong;…
Why Every Christian Should Visit Israel
Just a few weeks ago, I had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to travel to the Holy Land with an incredible group called Israel Collective. I had always dreamed of traveling to the lands of the Bible, and the actual experience surpassed my wildest…
Just a little window dressing - ORC week 3
Thank you to the wonderful people from The Shade Store for partnering with me on our Master Bedroom makeover! Well, here we are friends – halfway through the One Room Challenge from Calling It Home and progress is coming along!…
5 Ways You and Your Spouse Can SURVIVE (and even THRIVE) Through Hard Times
Life can be tough at times–not one of us is immune to it. Sometimes, those difficult circumstances can bring out the worst in our marriage. In fact, statistics show a high divorce rate for couples who experience heartbreaking tragedies such…
High school senior rescues girl with deployed dad
High schooler Matthew Garcia sprints to the field when he sees crying 9 year old cheerleader.