“I know more about Krabbe than I’ll ever know about Collin.” Kevin Cushman My friend, Kevin, made this statement at a recent Krabbe panel in which we both participated and … Continue reading There are Stories to Tell and Lives to Save
I’ve felt compassion for – and grace toward – many decision-makers in our country lately. There’s one in particular with whom I feel a kinship of sorts because of how … Continue reading Being Misunderstood & Offering Grace
Rachel Fordham’s A Lady in Attendance has a little bit of everything – history, romance, adventure, crime, and forgiveness. The story flows smoothly and kept me wondering what would happen … Continue reading Book Review: A Lady in Attendance
Come Back to Me by Jody Hedlund is a masterpiece. If you enjoy time travel stories, history, and romance, this is the book for you. From the back of the … Continue reading Book Review: Come Back to Me
In July 2015 we purchased our (2011) blue van in order to better transport Tori and her growing equipment needs. It was a gift to us from those who had … Continue reading More Than a Van
I’ve already posted about this on social media and on LDNBS.org but it felt necessary to also include it here because this is a monumental day. Today Pennsylvania became the … Continue reading Act 133 of 2020: Implemented!
From the back of the book:After a rough mission in Rome involving the discovery of a devastating bioweapon, Company spy Ben Calix returns to Paris to find his perfectly ordered … Continue reading Book Review: The Paris Betrayal
Immortality is a frequent topic in movies, books, and conversations. What would you do if you were immortal, if you were able to live on this earth forever? Would you … Continue reading Immortality? Pass.
I’ve been thinking about death more than usual over the past year. And it’s not what you may be thinking. It all started with Tori. Before her diagnosis I don’t … Continue reading The Brevity of Life
I love books that help bring a human element to the often matter-of-fact style of Old Testament writing. It’s so easy to read the words and forget that these people … Continue reading Book Review: Miriam’s Song