• May. 8th, 2013 Book Review :: When A Secret Kills by Lynette Eason

    One of my personal rules of writing book reviews is No Spoilers – so be prepared for this review to send you straight to your local bookstore! Lynette Eason wraps up the Deadly Reunions series with When A Secret Kills and, well, at the risk of sounding cliche… It starts with a bang. (Sorry, that’s all I [ read more ]

  • Apr. 16th, 2013 Outward Appearance

    Emma getting ready to flip over the bar. Last Friday night, our family had the privilege of watching a Special Olympics gymnastics meet. There were many amazing moments—the flair each athlete brought to their floor exercise, the impressive balance demonstrated on the beam, the jumps on the vault, and our own Emma’s bar routine that [ read more ]

  • Apr. 9th, 2013 A Playlist for the Broken

    So many things are messed up. So many people I love are hurting. So many friends are broken. And while I’m a lifetime member of the “I can fix this” club, there are some things I cannot fix. Some hurts I cannot heal. Some wrongs I cannot right. Some hearts wearing scars I cannot fade. But [ read more ]

  • Apr. 4th, 2013 Let’s Talk About Poetry

    April is National Poetry Month . Hop on over to The Write Conversation  for my thoughts on poetry…and why writers should read it! Grace and peace, Lynn

  • Mar. 19th, 2013 How Do You Actually DO This?

    Last week’s post – Are we taking the “RunPee” approach to the Bible? – generated some interesting feedback both in the comments and in person. The basic gist of it was this….it’s all well and good to say we need to read and embrace all of Scripture, but we don’t want to just go through the motions. How do you actually DO this? To [ read more ]