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Your Prayers Like Popcorn?

When was the last time you were still? Remember the words of Psalm 46:10, “Be still and know that I am God.  I will be exalted among all the nations.  I will be exalted in the earth!”  You may not be able to sit on a rock overloing a stream […]


Three Ways to Act Like a Kid

This past weekend, I had the honor of speaking at a women’s retreat in Wisconsin.  The ladies at Breakaway were amazingly open and warm hearted.  The Holy Spirit was so present.  And there was much laughter!  As I described a few things to my kiddos, my son said “That sounds […]


When You Are Out of Gas

February was a busy month. With 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Wife releasing on February 1, there were many things to do.  Radio interviews.  Guest blog posts.  Speaking engagements.  Reaching out to wives about the bo.  And working with my (wonderful) editor on my bo co-written with Gary Chapman, Growing […]


Who’s Coaching You?

Nine years ago, I needed help losing weight.  I was forty pounds up, thanks to a little baby named Ethan! My ever-helpful husband James told me to try a spin class that a neighbor, who just happened to be a personal trainer and body builder, was having in her 3-car […]


Love Keeps No Records

Are you old enough to remember a record? You know, a big vinyl disc that played music long before iTunes came along? I remember my first record was Grease.  My husband James had The Village People with “YMCA” on one side and “Macho Man” on the other. Do you remember your […]


31 Days to a Younger You: $1.99 Sale

Have you ever wondered, “If God cares only about the inner life, why bother with makeup, haircuts, or weight-loss programs?” My husband James has an answer…and if you know James, you can imagine him saying this.  He refers to the passage in 1 Samuel 16:7 which talking about David says, […]


Shutting Out Distractions

Ding.  New text. 15 new es. Lo at that head! Mommy! Honey, can you make me a sandwich? The day begins and the sounds, requests, and digital stimulus come pouring in all at once. No wonder we often start the day, well, grumpy. Here are a five things I have […]