The Story Travelers Bible

Enter below for your chance to win 1 of 3 copies of The Story Travelers Bible!  The Story Travelers Bible Review by Christen Krumm We enjoy Bible story books at our house and Tracey Madder’s The Story Travelers Bible is no exception. The Story Travelers Bible is packed with eighty-five fully illustrated Bible stories. Readers will follow along with their “tour guides”—Lana, Munch, and Griffin—as they experience the stories of the Bible after getting into a magical Church bus that {Read More}

How sharing my heartbreaking story SAVED a person’s life—still humbled

Are you curious about God’s purpose for your life? Do you wonder if it’s possible to discover it? You may even be wondering if you’ve missed it somehow. I totally get that! Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could know for sure that you’re totally in God’s will for your life? You’re not alone. All over the world there are people just like you, wondering … and wandering. At times you question why you are here on earth. You have {Read More}

#WALKITOUT 005: The Star Part 2

In today’s episode, we’re staying in Hollywood. You’re going to hear behind-the-scenes interviews with Zachary Levi, Gina Rodriguez, and Patricia Heaton! (Yes, is that cool or what?!) I interviewed Zachary, Gina, and Patricia at a roundtable event with four other women: LaToyia Dennis with Motivated Mom, Jennifer Kieta Tanglewood Moms, Lisa Hendy CatholicMom.com, and Deanna Evans Flyby Promotions. This interview is recoreded in Beverly Hills, and you’ll truly hear us just chatting around the table. After the interview I walked away with two impressions: {Read More}

How to Encourage Your Kids to Write | Kristin L. Hanley

As an online English professor I know what it means to teach “the dreaded class.” Aside from public speaking courses, composition seems to be the most intimidating class students take. The way they tremble during introductions, you’d think I’d asked my students to swim with sharks. Although writing well can feel like jumping into deep waters, I encourage my students to take deep breaths and realize that it won’t be as bad as they think (they might even have a {Read More}

Writer Wednesday: Jaime Jo Wright

Congratulations to the following winners:  Linda Horin for winning a copy of A Place at Our Table! Wendy Newcomb for winning a copy of An Amish Christmas Love! Winners, please e-mail your mailing address to my assistant Christen (amy@triciagoyer.com). Enter below for a chance to win a copy of Jaime Jo Wright’s The House on Foster Hill! What was your favorite book as a child? Name a Nancy Drew novel and I read it! I remember one specific night, curled up {Read More}

How to Find Joy When Your Life No Longer Seems Like Your Own

So this week my family had 20+ appointments. I wish I was joking. Five kids have three days of therapy, an appointment each day. One daughter had a tooth pulled and a cavity filled. Four kids had their yearly eye appointments. And, finally, two more kids had doctor’s appointments. I suppose when you have seven kids at home that’s to be expected. They all need check ups. And, even though we knew that most of them had physical and learning {Read More}

#WALKITOUT 004: The Star Part 1

My guests for #WALKITOUT 002 are Academy Award® nominee Timothy Reckart and The Star‘s executive-producer DeVon Franklin. You can read more about my exciting trip to Hollywood and my amazing opportunity to interview the cast of The Star here. My guests for #WALKITOUT 002 are Academy Award® nominee Timothy Reckart and The Star‘s executive-producer DeVon Franklin. You can read more about my exciting trip to Hollywood and my amazing opportunity to interview the cast of The Star here. Timothy Reckart {Read More}

My One Decision That Changed Everything

My One Decision That Changed Everything an Excerpt from Walk It Out: The Radical Result of Living God’s Word One Step at A Time In everyone’s story comes a defining moment when life takes a turn. I didn’t see the twist coming, and looking back it almost seems too ordinary an event to be considered “the moment.” But as I ponder all that has happened since then, I have no doubt that everything changed one quiet, early morning in 1999—the {Read More}

Writer Wednesday: Amy Clipston

Congratulations to the following winners:  Jackie Smith for winning a copy of Perennials! Michelle Cefalu for winning a copy of Talking to Jesus! Stephanie Halcomb for winning a copy of Give Your Kids a Break! Winners, please e-mail your mailing address to my assistant Christen (amy@triciagoyer.com). Enter below for a chance to win a copy of Amy Clipston’s A Place at Our Table or An Amish Christmas Love! What was your favorite book as a child? I would have to {Read More}

When Your Child Needs To Apologize | Amber Lia

(This article is taken from excerpts in best-selling author, Amber Lia’s, new book, Parenting Scripts: When What You’re Saying Isn’t Working, Say Something New!) Have you ever been in public and told your child to apologize to another child, only to see your son or daughter’s lips tighten all the more? Uncomfortable, isn’t it? In those moments, we stand there, helpless and, mortified. In our home, the need for forgiveness is as common as mealtimes. The cycle of offense and {Read More}

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