Just Because Gifts … Let’s Take the Time to Be Thankful

Do you have someone in your life who has been a shining light? Someone who has given of themselves and really made a difference? Whenever I consider who has been this for me, I think of my friend Christie Erwin. Christie is the founder and director of Project Zero. Project Zero’s mission is this: 1+1=0. One waiting child plus one welcoming family equals zero kids in foster care waiting for forever homes. Christie works hand-in-hand with Arkansas Division of Children {Read More}

Love Book + Giveaway!

My husband is one of the hardest people to buy. Mostly because he’s just so content. There isn’t much he needs . . . or even wants. My man loves time together. He also love to hear how much I love and respect him. This year I decided to get John a Love Book. I loved a few things about it: 1. The book is easy to create and able to be edited. 2. It’s a fun and humorous gift. {Read More}

Unwrapping the Gift | The Angels

Unwrapping the Gift – The Angels In our household, Christmas doesn’t seem like Christmas until the tree is set up and the angel graces the top. Dressed in a white dress with feathery wings, our ceramic angel looks a bit like Elsa from Frozen. She’s a total sissy if you ask me. During the Christmas season it may be easy to forget about how awesome angels were when we’re surrounded by chubby cherubs or Elsa look-alikes, but, Moms, we’d be {Read More}

What Gift is Jesus Giving Your Friends and Family? | 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Day 10

Today the plan is to wrap and write. No, it’s not some new writing technique. I literally have to start wrapping Christmas presents . . . and write at least 2,000 words in my work-in-progress. I have to admit that wrapping is not my favorite thing. I LOVE the buying. I LOVE thinking of someone and coming up with the perfect gift. If I had my way, I’d rush from the store and immediately give the gift to the person {Read More}

Christmas Traditions | 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways Day 4

Christmas Traditions When I think of Christmas, I remember family gatherings around my grandparent’s dinner table. I also think of times my family spent together, creating our own special memories. For example, one year I received a tape recorder. On Christmas Day, my mother, father, brother and I recorded stories, changing our voices to fit our various roles. While I no longer have the tape of our recordings, the memory of our fun is something I’ll never forget. Think back. {Read More}

You’re Invited to Host a Christmas Brunch Book Club Party!

I love Christmas. Always have. I love selecting the perfect gift for a special friend, looking for ways to bless a family member secretly, going over my Christmas card list, baking up some sweet holiday magic, and paying one of my children to do all the wrapping. (Hey, I can’t do it all!) When I sat down to write my latest novel, A Christmas Gift for Rose, I thought about the message I wanted my readers to take with them after turning the {Read More}

The Gift of Availability | Guest Post by Brenda Garrison

Tomorrow on Living Inspired, I’ll be chatting with fellow author Brenda Garrison! Stay tuned to my blog and the Living Inspired page for a giveaway, and if you missed an episode of Living Inspired, check out the official show page! ______________________________ A year and a half ago I returned to college. I thought I would be invisible to the other students and that would have been OK. But I was the popular kid! One girl in particular chattered to me through much {Read More}

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