5 Ways to Encourage Singles While They Wait on God | Kristen Tiber

Scroll below for a chance to win a paperback copy of Kristen Tiber’s At the Well!  When I think back to my single days, I am very thankful I had a group of girlfriends with whom to hang out during the years before I got married. The time of waiting to meet and marry my husband would have been so much longer if not for a lovely group of Christians who could spur on one another in faith, laugh endlessly {Read More}

Writer Wednesday with Kristy Cambron

Congratulations to Perrianne Askew who won a copy of The Saturday Night Super Club! Please e-mail my assistant Christen (amy@triciagoyer.com) with your mailing address! Enter below for a chance to win a copy of Kristy Cambron’s The Lost Castle + a signed book bag! Make Your Writing Space a Home with The Lost Castle author Kristy Cambron In my first years as an aspiring author, my writing space was typically airports or conference rooms. I was a traveling corporate trainer {Read More}

Writers Wednesday with Carla Laureano

Congratulations to Tammy Layton who won a copy of Upon a Spring Breeze and Beneath the Summer Sun! Please e-mail my assistant Christen (amy@triciagoyer.com) with your mailing address! Enter below for a chance to win a copy of Carla Laureano’s The Saturday Night Supper Club! You would think that, as a writer, I’d be reading all the time. But when I’m in a drafting or rewriting phase on one of my old books, I’m so exhausted from words at the end {Read More}

Writers Wednesday with Kelly Irvin

Congratulations to Tammy Bradford who won a copy of Isaiah’s Daughter! Please e-mail my assistant Christen (amy@triciagoyer.com) with your mailing address! Enter below for a chance to win a copy of Kelly Irvin’s Upon a Spring Breeze and Beneath the Summer Sun!  Sharing about my workspace is embarrassing. At least it is for my husband, who’s an unrepentant neat freak. My office is an open room next to the front door. It’s the first room visitors see when they enter the {Read More}

What Homeschooling is Really All About

The number of homeschoolers has grown, and this leaves many people scratching their heads. Is this a cult? Is this a movement? Is this a fad? Before we dig into the how-tis of making homeschool work, let’s talk about what homeschooling is, and what it isn’t. After all, every good structure needs a strong foundation, and for us, a great homeschool is built by knowing the facts. What Homeschooling Is . . . Homeschooling is an educational choice.  Many people {Read More}

Writers Wednesday with Mesu Andrews

Congratulations to the following winners:  Janet Estridge for winning a copy of The House on Foster Hill! Shannon Torkelson for winning a copy of The Story Travelers Bible! Krista Dowdey for winning a copy of The Story Travelers Bible! Sarah Mathew for winning a copy of The Story Travelers Bible! Shirley Chapel for winning a copy of A Secret Courage! Winners, please e-mail your mailing address to my assistant Christen (amy@triciagoyer.com). Enter below for a chance to win a copy of Mesu {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}

Parents be Compassionate with Yourself | Kim Fredrickson

Why it is Important for Parents to be Compassionate with Themselves Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God. ~ 2 Corinthians 1:3–4 We’re Not Perfect We are all imperfect parents with imperfect children. We all deserve compassion, parents and children alike. {Read More}

Writer Wednesday: Julie Cantrell

Congratulations to Laura Hix for winning a copy of The Austen Escape! Please e-mail your mailing address to my assistant Christen (amy@triciagoyer.com). Enter below for a chance to win a copy of Julie Cantrell’s Perennials! What was your favorite book as a child? My mother gave me such a gift by teaching me to value books. She read many stories to me, but I had two definite favorites. One was Robert the Rose Horse by Joan Heilbroner and P.D. Eastman. Perhaps this {Read More}

Q&A with Dannah Gresh, Author of Secret Keeper Girl

As a mother/daughter relationship coach, Dannah places special emphasis on helping moms raise their tween girls to be sexually pure, modest and emotionally whole teen girls. What are the challenges younger girls are facing today that ten years ago more likely would have been encountered during their teen or college years? What have you seen happening within the larger culture that is creating “age compression”—or the pressure to grow up faster— in girls at earlier ages? Today’s tween girls are {Read More}

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...