Liz Curtis Higgs


A bright Sunday morning in south Georgia. The children’s choir stood on the carpeted platform in two fidgety rows, while their parents beamed. Anticipation hung in the air like dust […]


Why do we always remember the things we’d most like to forget? My husband and son were still sleeping while my pre-teen daughter, Lilly, and I busied ourselves getting ready […]


Lord Jesus, every day is Yours. Especially this one. We’ve been holding our breath for weeks. Watching our calendars. Waiting. Listening for the sound of Your voice amid the noise. […]


We could look at the first real Thanksgiving, when Native Americans and English Puritans ate venison, corn, and shellfish for three days. Nice. Instead, we’re talking about your various first Thanksgivings. […]


A misty, moist morning in late October. I woke early, too preoccupied to sleep. By nightfall, our son would be married. I slipped outside with my camera, hoping to settle […]

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My best friend goes to weddings the way some people go to movies. She attended eight last year, with seven more on this year’s calendar. I know, right? Fifteen weddings. […]

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“Never again were so many spices brought in as those the queen of Sheba gave to King Solomon” {1 Kings 10:10}. Rare and precious in any kingdom, the spices from […]


This journey of faith? It isn’t meant to be a solo trip. I didn’t get that at first. I was too excited about my salvation, my Jesus, my new life in […]