Its message was so timely for me -- so obviously written for Amy Storms -- that I wanted to call Mrs. Smith up and scold her...
My friend Emily would call me a “recovering good girl.” Actually, she did call me that in her new book, "Grace for the Good Girl."
"Treasured" is encouraging and inspiring. Yet the encouragement it offers isn't simplistic or sappy sweet.
Every single person on the planet has been wired by God Himself, with his or her own set of likes and dislikes, talents and shortcomings.
"Loving Our Kids on Purpose" encouraged me to keep the door to relationship open with my children.
It’s this message that it’s OK to let grief linger that Jenny Schroedel’s book, "Naming the Child: Hope-filled Reflections on Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Death," gently...
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Ashleigh Slater, Founder & Managing Editor
"Real life is not always pleasant. Every marriage experiences disappointments, misunderstandings, sickness and financial crisis. Ashleigh doesn’t camouflage the pain in her own marriage, and offers practical ideas on how to walk through the difficulties and find intimacy on the journey. If you are anything like me, I predict that as you read, you too will find yourself laughing, wiping tears, and saying 'Oh, yes.'"
-- Gary Chapman, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The 5 Love Languages