I know what you’re thinking. Where would a jar be helpful beyond the kitchen? Sure, a jar can be used to store flour or jam. But let’s think bigger. Can we use a simple jar to improve our lives? To grow us, comfort us, encourage us, and shape us? Yes! Okay, in all fairness you … Continue reading The Power of a Jar
A dear friend of my husband’s died recently. He was young. It was very unexpected. It was quick. There was not time to stay goodbye. While we are grieving, we know that his wife and his young children grieve much more tangibly. How do people “move on” after a death like this? How do we … Continue reading How do Christians grieve?
You probably think this is a post directed toward teenagers. Nope. Plenty of adults are on social media too, even if on fewer platforms than teens. And all it takes is one platform to impact your mental health. Are you on Facebook? Pintrest? Instagram? Then social media is impacting you, for good or for bad. … Continue reading How is social media impacting you?
It’s the classic symptom of “craziness.” We’ve all stood in line behind the guy muttering to himself for 10 minutes. We cross the street to avoid the lady having a conversation with no one nearby. Am I one of these crazy people? I don't think so - but I do talk out loud to myself. … Continue reading Why I talk out loud to myself