2018

  • It’s about time

    Imagine if you could go back in time and relive any moment in your life. What decisions would you make differently? What specific moments would you enjoy again? With whom would you spend more time? I recently watched a movie called About Time,1 where the men of a certain family had the ability to go back in […]

  • Change for the better

    It was one of those days when anything could make me angry. I was sad, irritable, made a big deal out of small inconveniences, and couldn’t stop thinking of negative outcomes or repercussions. But the day had to go on regardless. I had work to do, deadlines to meet, and part of my job was […]

  • Choosing less

    My husband and I spent a year in a small town in Tanzania. When I say a “small town,” I mean a town with two stoplights, no supermarket, no restaurants to speak of, only one two-story building, and no entertainment! We lived in a simple house with only the most basic furnishings and conveniences. Our […]

  • Achieving my dreams

    When I started mapping out my goals five years ago, achieving them seemed daunting. But I claimed the promise, “Faithful is he [God] that calleth you, who also will do it,”1 and with His help, I went forward. My plan was to write and create thousands of pages of good-quality faith-building books for children. Here […]

  • A yearly appointment

    One day about three years ago, my father invited his five children, married and parents themselves, to accompany him and my mother to the Holy Land. He was already 85 and hadn’t been traveling or flying for quite a few years. Up to that point, I think he had been feeling old and a bit […]

  • Crossroads 

    Crossroads are a wonderful place to be because you have so many options. You can go forward, return the way you came, or go in a new direction. I use the crossroads of life to help some people come to terms with mistakes or wrong turns they’ve made and give them a chance to get […]