Heather Koerner

Heather Koerner is a stay-at-home mom and freelance writer from Owasso, Okla.

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Are My Church’s Finances My Business?

Recently, we received an e-mail from a young woman who has joined her first “post-college” church. The congregation runs about 100 people and this young woman, in addition to being a member, has been hired to do some general administrative work at the …

Expect Ingratitude, Practice Gratitude

Over at Jim Daly’s blog, he’s got a post up about Dale Carnegie, author of the the bestselling How to Win Friends and Influence People. Specifically, Daly points to another of Carnegie’s books titled How to Stop Worrying and Start Living. In the book, …

Why Save (or Not)?

I’m a saver. No surprise, I’m sure, to longtime Line readers. I used to think that was a great thing. Now, I’m thinking it’s a good thing with a caveat. The caveat? I see more and more how Satan wants to lure my natural money inclinations and pervert t …

This Married Woman’s Thoughts on Sexual Compatibility

“The Year Without Sex.” There’s a title that’ll stop you for a sec. It’s a recent interview of author Hephzibah Anderson in The Atlantic. Anderson is, according to the article, … an attractive, successful British journalist in her early 30s who enjoy …

Female Friendships That Bridge the Marriage Divide

“My lifestyle differs greatly from my married friends’, so relationships across the marital aisle don’t come naturally,” writes Virginia McInerney over at the Kyria blog. But, she continues, while this social divide is understandable, it certainly isn’ …

Have You Cut the Financial Apron Strings?

According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, chances are pretty good that you haven’t. The article cites a Charles Schwab survey of 1,000 parents of 23- to 28-year-olds. It found that 41% of these parents are providing some sort of financial supp …

Passing the Bad Boy Right On By

Quick question: Who was the bad boy in your youth group? Or, presently, who’s the bad boy in your singles group? I don’t know about you, but the name popped immediately to my mind — and I thought about that guy as I read a recent Girls Gone Wise post b …

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