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Be the Gateway

Being a creative professional isn't the romantic fantasy many envision it to be. In fact, it is extremely hard work if one truly longs for success. Dan Blank, author of Be the Gateway: A Practical Guide to Sharing Your Creative Work and Engaging an Audience, gets it. His book isn't just about tips and tricks [...]

By | April 26th, 2017|Book Reviews, Featured, writing|0 Comments

She is Joan of Arc

Every parent wants their children to grow up and make an indelible mark on the world in some significant way, yet most of us fail to understand what it means to do this by way of holiness rather than worldly success. Unfortunately, the world tells us that making a difference translates into high credentials, lots [...]

By | April 12th, 2017|Book Reviews, Faith and Family, parenting|1 Comment

Getting Past Perfect

If you are a mother - or a father, for that matter - you know what it's like to vacillate between fear of failure and a sense of satisfaction.  Parents have the toughest job imaginable, and we can never seem to get it all right.  The world somehow tells us that, should we "choose" motherhood, [...]

By | March 22nd, 2017|Book Reviews, Faith and Family, parenting|0 Comments

Couriers of Grace

I think all parents of disabled children have moments when they fear the future.  Our yes to life requires us to constantly advocate for our kids.  In Sarah's case, her health was always in the back of our minds.  Given her serious heart condition, she could live two more years or twelve.  We just didn't [...]

Lent with Saint Teresa of Calcutta

A companion to Advent with Saint Teresa of Calcutta, Heidi Hess Saxton's newest devotional continues the reader on a journey into the heart of this popular and beloved modern saint.  Saxton begins with a brief introduction, as well as an explanation on how to use Lent with Saint Teresa of Calcutta: Daily Meditations.  Intended to [...]

By | March 8th, 2017|Book Reviews, Featured, prayer, spirituality|0 Comments