Do you remember the Staples commercials from years ago where the red EASY button was available and when pressed, it solved everyone’s problems? There was something everyone could relate to about wanting a button to press to instantly find a solution to your issues. What if things were easy?
If you told me I’d be a minivan-driving mama of four when I first got married, I wouldn’t have believed you. I had no idea what lay ahead, and how my faith, becoming a mom, and driving a minivan would shape me.
Motherhood changed me, and my minivan got me there.
Never exposed to the role of blood in biblical Christian theology, I couldn’t fathom what blood had to do with one’s faith. But, as I learned more about God and what he did for me through the actual person of Jesus Christ (not the “Christ idea”), I slowly started to understand this ‘blood of Jesus.’
This past March, I went through the process of selling my 14-year old business, ChurchTechToday. It took a lot of focused energy and effort, but the payoff was huge. Over the summer, I had more time to write and enjoy my family. At the end of September, I celebrated the one-year anniversary of Leaving Christian Science. This book inspired my new book, Write Your Journey: A Step-by-Step Guide to Write Your Life Story Fast.
I was emotionally triggered and couldn’t quite find my way out of that place in the moment. We’d traversed our way into dangerous conversational territory again. Having successfully launched our oldest child and were leaving him after several days of helping settle him for his freshman year, our conversation had shifted to “what’s next.”
It’s hard to believe, but it’s been one year since releasing Leaving Christian Science:10 Stories of New Faith in Jesus Christ into the world. So
In recent years, a trend has emerged that combines mind mapping, bullet journaling, and sketchnoting. This trend is called Verse Mapping and it’s a type of guided inductive Bible study made accessible to all through a specific style of note-taking as you study Bible verses one-by-one.
I’ve been self-employed for the last few decades and continually look for ways to increase my efficiency at handling client work, writing projects, blogging, and running my content websites. I’ve used a lot of different software solutions over the years and one of my very favorite pieces of software is CoSchedule, the all-in-one marketing calendar for bloggers, marketers, and well, really anyone.