Missed milestones in the midst of mayhem

Written by Lisa Tyson Photo by Joshua Mcknight from Pexels I have never hated—I mean really hated—a word before. A word is simply a word, it has no real power. But this word, I hate it.  While I had heard this word before, and probably even used it, I had never really given it extra … Continue reading Missed milestones in the midst of mayhem

Helping Your Teen Deal With Anxiety

By Jeannie Cunnion When the internal and external voices whisper the lies You're insignificant, You're not enough and You don't measure up, we want our children to know, deep in their souls, that the only One who gets to define them is the One who created them and calls them beloved. I recently overheard two … Continue reading Helping Your Teen Deal With Anxiety

Feeling Out of Control? You Are Gaining Something Even Greater By Laurie Nichols

Photo by Andrea Piacquadio from Pexels A few nights ago at 9:30pm, I sat in the emergency vet and cried. Our dog had eaten seven pieces of gum and my initial internet search told me it could be lethal. So I found myself driving over, trying to contain my tears, and then waiting, trying to … Continue reading Feeling Out of Control? You Are Gaining Something Even Greater By Laurie Nichols