Everyday Faith


It feels like I have been living in a fog of busyness for much of this year. At the beginning of the year, I was on book deadline. Shortly after […]

Freedom's Song

This woman I know, she is dying. She has a disease that has rapidly taken much from her. She is exhausted and her muscles weaken with every passing day. She […]


The end of August is the New Year’s Day of summer. Even before I had children, and I’m guessing even after they are all done with school, the end of […]


They met while Jill  was coaching Leanne’s 13-year-old daughter, Shelby, on a junior high basketball team. Years later, when Shelby was in high school she got seriously injured, and Jill […]


I answered to hear the tears in his voice, his tired body begged for sleep – but he couldn’t rest. I’ve felt how he feels, the sinking feeling of empty […]


Do the Crazy

Aug 25, 2014 by

Sometimes you have to do the crazy thing. You know the one. That thing that everyone will raise an eyebrow or question because it’s out of the ordinary, not the […]


Dishtowel Faith

Aug 23, 2014 by

The full weight of a Southern summer rested heavily on us, but we still chose to sit outside with our sewing projects. I think we’re both in denial that it’s […]


I said yes to a little green house with a big garden and two rows of fruit trees. It’s like a mansion if your standard were teeny tiny houses. There’s […]