Do you mind if I take a break from true stories?
Over the last several weeks, I’ve been collaborating with Sylvia Heike on a bit of sci-fi, flash fiction (flash fiction means it’s super short ;)).
Here’s the basic story premise: Read more »
Let’s be dads. Let’s be the sort of dads who can forgive, speak with gentle voices to our children, and have our children feel loved.
(Thanks to Fife Photography for this lovely image).
Today’s story comes from a dad who, by his own admission, almost screwed this one up. (The dad has chosen to remain anonymous to protect the identity of his kids). So, without further ado, welcome an anonymous father! Read more »
You need a mini vacation. Not a big one. Just a couple of hours. Maybe you’re a single mom and have no spouse to pawn the kids off. That’s fine. Hire a babysitter. Drop them off at your mom’s. Do something.
Because you need to take a mini vacation. Alone. Read more »
From an early age, Rachelle wanted to adopt.
“Why?” I asked.
“Because everyone deserves to feel loved. If I can love somebody that would otherwise remain unloved, I know I’m doing what God wants me to do.” Read more »
If you haven’t read the book, you can read the unabridged version on Amazon.
James cleaned himself up by going to drug rehab. He connected with a guy who lay flooring. He started a business and began attending church.
And he opened a MySpace account.
God works in mysterious ways, sometimes. Read more »