Writer Wednesday with Michéle Phoenix

Congratulations to Amanda T. for winning a copy of Many Sparrows, Elaine Rieder for winning a copy of A Woman Overwhelmed, and Arletta B. Boulton for winning a copy of She’s Still There. Please e-mail your mailing address to my assistant Christen (amy@triciagoyer.com). Enter below for a chance to win a copy of Michele Phoenix’s Space Between Words! The Making of a Space There’s something exhilarating about writing a book. It’s a mystifying and fascinating process, a creative élan that galvanizes the {Read More}

The Great Cover Up | Chrystal Evans Hurst

Selfies. Most of us have taken them. Some of us have taken them seriously. If you’ve ever posted a selfie on social media, you can appreciate the work it takes to get a good one. The lighting has to be right. The angle has to be right. And lord knows, the filter has to be right, too. Selfies are serious business. I’m embarrassed to say there have been times it took thirty snaps to get the one photo I felt was {Read More}

4 Best Tips for Moms this Summer | Jessica Kastner

Enter below for your chance to win a copy of Jessica Kastner’s Hiding from the Kids in my Prayer Closet Ahhhh summer. What mom doesn’t embrace the season of strappy sandals, beach trips, and never once scavenging the house for matching socks before the bus comes. But although we earnestly look forward to the absence of homework and making lunches with eyes half open at 10 pm, it’s still a challenge to keep the kids happy and entertained every day {Read More}

A Super-Simple Way to Effectively Study the Bible with Your Kids! {Guest Post by Amber Lia}

  Make sure to enter below for your chance to win a copy of Study Buddy! The church service ended and we made the mad dash to all four classrooms to pick our four sons. My husband Guy and I divide and conquer. After our third son was born, we realized that man to man combat would need to be replaced with zone defense. Now that we have four kids, we are seriously outnumbered. Even something as routine as picking {Read More}

Don’t Let Their Stories Die

Memorial Day is a time to remember: In 2000, I got my idea for what came to be my first historical novel, From Dust and Ashes. Wanting to know more about the 23 men who liberated Mauthausen concentration camp, I contacted the 11th Armored Division who put me in touch with six of the veterans. These men then invited me to attend the 59th reunion of their division. I wasn’t expecting that at all. I thought they’d point me to a {Read More}

5 Ways to Let Go in a Life-Giving Way {+ a giveaway} from Vicki Caruana

Letting go has the reputation of being the result of defeat or the result of disappointment or grief. But it is also seen as a healthy act, one that allows for growth, opportunity, or transition to a new state or next level. When it comes to our kids, we have been letting go since they were born. Letting go is a process, not an event. Letting go can be life-giving and empowering. Letting go without warning – that can be {Read More}

Celebrate mom with books and Steeped Tea

Celebrate mom with books and Steeped Tea Mother’s Day is just around the corner. What better way to spoil your mom (or yourself) then with a Mother’s Day giveaway! Two winners will receive a 3 books from my collection (which could include any of the following: Moms’ Night Out, Blue Like Play Dough, Whit’s End Family Devotional, and Prayers that Changed History) + tea from Steeped Tea—enter below! What is Steeped Tea? Steeped Tea carries over 100 seasonal flavors of tea, tea {Read More}

Food for Thought + Winners Announced

Food for Thought . . . Congratulations to the winner’s from this week’s giveaways: Mother of the Year: Anita Jude Big and Little Coloring Book Devotional: Holly Wright-Weddle Surprise book from Tricia: Kelly Wach Blue Like Play Dough: Rajee Pandi   Congraulations again to all our winners! Be sure to e-mail my assistant, Christen, with you mailing address so she can get your prizes in the mail to you! Are you new here? You might want to subscribe to my {Read More}

How to Know the Truth | Guest Post {+ Giveaway}

Truth. Some say it’s all relative, but let’s face it, those people are kind of missing the entire definition of “truth.” When something is true it inherently means that everything else that contradicts it is not true. Truth is absolute, correct, accurate. It does not bend to feelings or changes in culture, it simply is. Truth is also generally not popular opinion. Today’s culture elevates acceptance, and moreover, the actual condoning of sin in the name of “love,” over the {Read More}

Giveaway Winners!

My assistant and I are in Nashville this week for the Teach Them Diligently conference. If you’re in Nashville and are attending the conference, I’d love to see you! Congratulations to this week’s giveaway winners: Pi-Day Made with Love winners: Jessica Martin, Perrianne Askew, Naomi Kelly  Faith Sommers’ Prayers for a Simple Life: Sharon Shaw Mailing List Subscriber: Phyllis A. Congratulations to all this week’s winners! Please be sure to send Christen, my assistant, your mailing address at amy{at}triciagoyer{dot}com so she can get {Read More}

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