Confessions of a Minister Wife/Mom with Chronic Illness

If you’ve been around for a while, you know my husband and I are church planters who have moved halfway across the country to plant a church, while also having our two toddlers in tow. And, I’ve just experienced so much as a minister, business owner, mom, and wife with chronic illness and I have … Continue reading Confessions of a Minister Wife/Mom with Chronic Illness

Maven Monday: Doing Good in the Business World, Working from Home, and Designing Websites

Here on the blog, we've started this new series called Maven Monday - I'll be interviewing some amazing women every few weeks, and sharing their stories and why they do what they do - for others, for their families, and for themselves. Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Natalie Jark, a web design coach. … Continue reading Maven Monday: Doing Good in the Business World, Working from Home, and Designing Websites

Where was Love?

The title of the article captured me: The Opposite of Addiction is Connection... What an interesting thought. I haven't had time to read the article, but I intend to. Especially now, following the events of Sunday night. Just as hate cannot coexist with love. And after an event like this, we can't help but wonder, where was … Continue reading Where was Love?

A Rose by Any Other Name…

I've read several articles about "functional" anxiety and depression...though, by definition, anxiety and depression impair functioning... However, in today's world, we recognize we still have to somehow live our lives... When people picture anxiety and depression, they often imagine the extremes. We picture that commercial where depression is the robe that never leaves us. Or we … Continue reading A Rose by Any Other Name…