Some people choose their majors for really good reasons. I was not one of those people.
How I Learned About Thanks … Giving
Giving thanks with my mouth was easy. Giving thanks with my checkbook wasn’t.
Believing in the Dream of Marriage
Why is it some people’s path to the altar is just a few footsteps long? Mine felt like a marathon.
Playing the Blame Game
Sometimes it’s easier to point the finger than take responsibility. It sure feels better; at least for a little while.
Giving Them What They Want Without Losing Who You Are
Makeovers are all the rage. But trying to be someone you’re not is just plain unlivable.
The Taxman Cometh
Just graduated? Just married? Then taxes are coming for you. Are you ready?
When I Grow Up
As graduation nears, maybe it’s more important to plan for who, than what, you want to be.
A Season of Celibacy, Part 1
For most people, singleness is a temporary season. This author wishes she had more actively embraced its gifts before it ended.
Prof Theo talks about calling, zeal and service.
Presley to Preacher: Part 3
Discovering the wealth of the king.