7 Amish Recipes for Your Thanksgiving Table

In search of a recipe for your Thanksgiving celebration? Look no further! Here are a few of my favorite good old-fashioned family and Amish recipes: Banana Sour Cream Bread Come again? Banana bread made with sour cream!? Don’t worry—I was skeptical when I first saw the recipe, but trust me, it’s the best. The sour cream makes the bread so moist and doesn’t taste funny at all. Recipe from Simply Delicious Amish Cooking. Old-Fashioned Buttermilk Pie Thanksgiving and pies go hand {Read More}

Don’t Miss Your Kids in All Your “God Projects”

Don’t Miss Your Kids in All Your “God Projects”   I’m a project person. I like lists to check off and gold stars (even if they are imagined) placed on my jobs that are well done. As an author I like to type “The End”at the completion of my novels. As a Teen MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) leader, I like getting into my car after a meeting and letting out a contented sigh, knowing the speaker’s message touched a great {Read More}

Sharing The Stories of The Greatest Generation

About 14 years ago I was on vacation with two friends when I first heard about the 11th Armored Division–the men who liberated Mauthausen and Gusen concentration camps. So intrigued by the history of these men, I wrote two novels about them, From Dust and Ashes and Night Song. In the course of writing these books, I attended two of their WWII reunions. I interviewed them, looked through their photo albums and cried with them as they shared their experiences about {Read More}

An Update from Kenya

An Update from Kenya At age 17, I became a teen mom… During my pregnancy it seemed that wherever I went I felt labeled. People noticed my “mistake,” but they didn’t see my heart. Few noticed how I was seeking God, and trying to make changes. My large, round stomach was all that they noticed. They are called slums because that’s why they are. It’s easy to overlook what’s truly important. @TriciaGoyer Click To Tweet It’s easy to overlook what’s {Read More}

Making Hard Choices: Saying Goodbye to ‘Living Inspired’

Making Hard Choices Saying Goodbye to ‘Living Inspired” Many people often ask me how I “do it all.” Sometimes it appears as if I do. I write blogs, write books, host a radio show, mentor teen moms, and care for my husband and kids. The truth is I have to make hard choices to maintain balance. There is a lot I say no to. I’m also cautious about what I add, and I frequently go before God and pray about {Read More}

Things I’m Thankful For

Family Lots of Friends   My Litfuse Chicks

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