Top Blog Posts from 2016

The year is coming to a close and what a year it has been! To reflect on the year, I’ve compiled your favorite posts from 2016 below. Thank you for all your support and encouragement throughout the year!! Why Coloring isn’t Just for Kids! Kids are on to something and grownup are just starting to catch on … the joy of coloring! Adult-geared coloring books have been flying off the shelves lately. Why, you ask? Beside being an enjoyable way to take a {Read More}

An Ode to Fall, a Poem

Happy first day of fall! Here’s a beautiful poem about autumn from my friend Charlotte Adelsperger. I hope you enjoy it! Prayerfully I Walk Time alone in an autumn wood, I stroll on a mosaic carpet of moist multicolored leaves– rust brown, yellow, crimson. I ponder the deep red patches, scattered every step of my way. Silently they speak of our Savior’s redemptive, sacrificial blood— blessing each pace on the path of life. Charlotte Adelsperger ©1994 Prayerfully I Walk / {Read More}

A Few of My Favorite Blogs

I don’t know about you, but I love blogs. I love the nuggets of advice and inspiration I get every day from people I know, love and trust! So where do I turn to when I need inspiration? This isn’t an exclusive list, but it’s a good one. The best part is I consider all these amazing people FRIENDS! The Better Mom         Gary Thomas         Lisa Whittle         Mother of {Read More}

Interviewing Tips for Nonfiction {Plus FREE Printable!}

I’ve been honored over the years to interview hundreds of people for articles, blogs, and books! A few of my non-fiction projects are Teen Mom, You’re Stronger Than You Think, Life, In Spite of Me and Plain Faith. Throughout the years I’ve learned how to create a better interview—one that will make the subject comfortable and help me as a writer. Here are my tips! Hey, #writers! @TriciaGoyer shares her tips for creating better #interviews. Click To Tweet Prepare. Have a {Read More}

How to Work from Home, Eternally Impact Your Kids, and Get Paid to Inspire a Generation

How to Work from Home, Eternally Impact Your Kids, and Get Paid to Inspire a Generation   You have a dream . . . and more than anything you wish it could happen. You’ve never wanted to see yourself on the silver screen or to become a millionaire by age thirty. Instead, all you wanted was to make a difference. For many of us moms, the biggest difference we want to make is in the lives of our kids. I {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}

How to Say “Yes” to God

How to Say “Yes” to God   I don’t know about you but as soon as I became a Christian I wanted to do something FOR God. I was a pregnant teen who found forgiveness and freedom and I wanted to make my life count for Him. Over the years I found many ways to serve Him and to be truthful it was a lot of work. I taught Sunday School, led Bible studies, and volunteered in numerous ministries in {Read More}

Free Printables for Writing Your Novel

Free Printables for Writing your Novel Are you interested in writing a novel but you don’t want to start? Do you learn by doing? Do you want easy-to-use worksheets to help novel writing made sense? I’ve pulled together a ton of FREE Printables for you. A few are mine, but most of them are awesome resources that I’ve found around the Internet. Yay! FREE Printables for your next novel, collected by @TriciaGoyer! Click To Tweet   Story Ideas Create a Writer’s {Read More}

Parenting Grace {Printable!}

Parenting Grace Don’t Seek From Your Parenting What God Has Provided Through Grace What do you want most as a mom? If someone would have asked me that years ago I would have said something like, “To raise children to love God and to serve others. To raise smart, successful adults.” I would have said that, but it wouldn’t have been the whole truth. In my mind, yes, but not in my actions—not in my heart. What do you want {Read More}

Fall 2014: Favorite Blogs

My Favorite Blogs: Fall 2014 As a writer, I’m honored to have my work featured on some of my favorite blogs. I thought I’d share the blog-love with the readers on my own site too! Here they are, in no particular order… The Mob Society: FOR Moms of Boys, BY Moms of Boys Created in 2010 by Erin Mohring and Brooke McGlothlin, The MOB Society has quickly become a beacon of hope for boy moms, and the online home for all things boys. With five {Read More}

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