Justinsermon June 28, 2020 4 Minutes Hildegard of Bingen was a brilliant woman from the middle ages. She composed music, wrote medical treatises, interpreted scripture, was a competent and effective administrator of a large monastery, and was gifted with profound visions from God. Today I would like to share with you one of her teachings about the human… Continue reading You are Like a Tree: Understanding What We Are from Hildegard of Bingden
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YHWH written by – Sandra Thurman Caporale.
There was a moment when Moses had the nerve to ask God what his name is. God was gracious enough to answer, and the name he gave is recorded in the original Hebrew as YHWH. Over time we’ve arbitrarily added an "a" and an "e" in there to get YaHWeH, presumably because we have a… Continue reading YHWH written by – Sandra Thurman Caporale.
A Story About a Man and the Boat.
shared by Patricia Ritsema --written by BlissForgive, posted Aug 10, 2017 One day a man was asked to paint a boat by an owner of boat. He brought with him paint and brushes and began to paint the boat a bright red, as the owner asked him*. While painting, he realized there was a hole… Continue reading A Story About a Man and the Boat.
Our Book Arrived onAmazon
Just got word! Our book, How Do I Navigate the LD/ADHD Parenting Journey?, is now available on Amazon! Picking up books Here at last! Back Cover Here it is! The relief of finally seeing a finished product, reflects a deep gratitude to all the friends, family, and Book Logix Publishing team for helping to make… Continue reading Our Book Arrived onAmazon
Sacred Saturday Pause
a guest blog Jesus was laid in a nearby tomb, and His body remained there The Lenten journey toward Easter always has new and significant meaning for me each year. The central themes of remembering and sacrifice run deep in my soul. The perspective of the characters tug at my fragile mothers heart. The tensions… Continue reading Sacred Saturday Pause
Pushed the Button
Myrna, my coauthor,and I pushed the Approve button on the last batch of book edits! A cascade of emotions flooded my being. Perfecting part of me wanting to go another round of edits, another part just felt pure relief, another part feels scared! Yes, really scared. I ’m usually a pretty private, reserved person. Next… Continue reading Pushed the Button
In This Together
Have you ever felt like you were side-lined? Stuck? Drained? Alone? I have talked to people recently, especially due to Covid, that feel that they have struggled with those feelings and these feelings resulted in a lack of resiliency, effectiveness, productivity, and purpose in the midst of all the setbacks and waiting for things to… Continue reading In This Together
The Next Right Thing
As we journey through life, we are constantly confronted with decisions. I read somewhere that we make thousands of decisions a day. Really? I had no idea, but when you analyze your thoughts you must decide if you are going to get up, when and what to eat, what to wear, what to read, whether… Continue reading The Next Right Thing
Our book has arrived!
Check it out! LDparenting.com
How to Navigate The LD/ADHD Parenting Journey book coming soon!
Our book is going through the last Proof editing stage! Stay tuned for the latest updates!
Time brings Change
Time for reflection. My coauthor and I have just returned another round of edits, spoken with the graphic designer about ideas for the cover of our book, and are moving forward. As I write this, it becomes more real than just thinking about it in my head. I suppose that is why I value writing… Continue reading Time brings Change
What’s on My Mind?
What’s on my mind? 📚📕📗📘 Always a great question. I decided to share about our book !Round one edits almost did me in I have to admit! I was ready to throw in the towel!Formatting, removing bullets, capitals, quotation marks was overwhelming. We used a different style which caused numerous tracking red lines that almost… Continue reading What’s on My Mind?