Dear Kai

Today's post is written by my student, Katrina King. As a mother, I can relate to the love and pride she expresses for her daughter in this letter. I hope to write a letter like this to Maggie someday. Dear Kai Hey girl, so I got an assignment in my Comp class, and I think it... Continue Reading →

The ticking of the clock

Today's post is by Debra Dickey, my friend and frequent contributor.  Lately, I’ve begun to experience an unusual development of emotions that is difficult to describe.  When I tried to put a finger on it, the only thing I could come up with was the ticking of my ‘biological clock’, only in reverse. With children... Continue Reading →

Star-spangled moments

*Today's post is by my friend Debra Dickey, a frequent contributor to this blog. I'm thankful for Debra's courage to share her own journey in writing because each time she does, I learn and grow.*   1)  A weighty concern regarding the possibility of an expensive vehicle repair -- gratefully, did not need to happen.... Continue Reading →

Leap of faith, part two

*Today is the second part of "Leap of Faith" by my friend LaTresha Woodruff-Johnson about her God-led journey. Check out this piece about LaTresha which appeared recently in Sync magazine. LaTresha celebrates her three-year anniversary with the Conway Police Department on January 31.* I committed a leap of faith when I left my television news... Continue Reading →

Day 11–Five thankful people

*Special thanks to Mary Agrusa for writing today's post for our "28 days of love" project. Be sure to check out her blog as well.*   Give thanks to the Lord for he is good; his love endures forever. Psalm 107:1 Five categories of people who should give thanks to God are listed in Psalm... Continue Reading →

Pair-ables

*Special thanks to Debra Dickey-Liang for stepping in as today's guest writer.* Speaking in Pair-ables   (aka, the Perpetual state of “we”) I do! I speak in ‘pair-ables’!  I have become aware that when writing, thinking or speaking about my life experiences and my life journeys, I most often use the pronoun “we.” It just... Continue Reading →

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