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Can happiness be a habit?

A welcome to my friends from Proverbs 31!  No matter what is going on in your life, there is always reason to rejoice in God our Savior. Here’s a message I gave at my home church, Bonita Valley Community Church, about “The Happy Habit.”  I trust it will encourage you […]

 

Podcast: Brave Beauty for Tweens with Lynn Cowell

Download the podcast on iTunes or listen here It can be hard to be a girl! There’s pressure for our tweens to lo just right in our media saturated world. How can you teach your daughter that the state of her heart is much important than likes on social […]

 

What will you reset in 2018?

The change of the calendar year brings promise of the new. But discouragement can settle in when everything seems to go back to normal. It does not have to be this way!  You can decide what you are going to reset in 2018.  One thing the Pellicane family is resetting […]

 

Welcome to 2018

Happy New Year friends! Here’s a 1-minute video with a few of our family highlights of 2017.  I hope it makes you smile.  Thank you for being a part of my life! One of my mom’s friends sent me this verse today and I it gladly with you: How […]

 

Book Giveaway: Prayers for Hope and Healing

***The giveaway is now closed.  Congrats Debra!*** ***Please leave a comment to enter the giveaway.  U.S. entries only please.   One winner will be chosen on Friday*** I hope you had a very merry and blessed Christmas!  What a beautiful time of year to celebrate the Savior’s birth.  As a result […]

 

Podcast: Prayers for Hope and Healing with Sarah Forgrave

Download the podcast on iTunes or listen here How can you stay encouraged if you are chronically ill? What can you say or do for a friend who is sick? My friend Sarah Forgrave is here to talk about her bo, Prayers for Hope and Healing: Seeking God’s Strength as You […]

 

Christmas Family Traditions

Believe it or not, I am still struggling with my voice.  I think “Silent Night” will be this year’s Christmas family tradition for me! I remember last year, someone at church asked my cherubs, “What are some of your family traditions? To my horror, they said something like, “Oh, we […]