The poetic memoir born of Jacqueline Woodson’s days, her remembering her seeing her questioning, has this girl wondering what is in me to uncover, overcome, embrace.
Kids are confused and scared, whether we notice or not. This author is desperate to get her encouraging resource into the hands of hurting kids. Here are some simple ways you can help!
The spiritual development of the kids in your life can sometimes be a daunting responsibility. I Can Talk to God is packed full of poignant and teachable moments that show kids they can talk to God anytime and anywhere., and about anything.
Hi, friends! My newest picture book releases Monday! Yep. June 1st. Can’t wait! In the meantime, I thought it might be fun for you to meet the illustrator for I Can Talk to God. ORDER YOUR COPIES NOW! As the writer, I provide the text and set the tone for the book. It’s the illustrator who brings my words …
The I Can Talk to God picture book releases Monday, June 1, 2000. We’re celebrating with a Children’s Book Package Giveaway!
Sometimes God seems far away because you can’t see or feel Him. But He is right there, ready to listen to you. I want to help kids know and embrace that truth. I want them to know they can talk to God anytime and anywhere. That’s why I wrote my new picture book, I Can Talk to God.
Do you get mad every time you go to pull something from a drawer? See red when you try to relax in the living room? Is your office where papers go to die? Put your flinging muscles to the test as you claim your house, office, and garage a clutter free zone. Kathi Lipp, founder of the Clutter Free Academy, has 7 Basics for Getting Started.
Sometimes when we attempt to pray the next thing we know our mind wanders to the grocery list, the kids’ schedule for the day, or what we going to make for breakfast.
If whining and complaining is our go to in difficult circumstances, we miss out on the gifts of grace God has waiting for us when we humbles ourselves. Award-winning author Tricia Goyer shares her story and wisdom.
I’m super excited to welcome today’s guest blogger — Gayle Roper! Gayle is one of my really-long-time writing buddies and one of my mentors, both in writing and in directing writers’ conferences. Gayle has a new book out and we’re celebrating with a story behind the story and a book giveaway. Please welcome Gayle! WHY THE JERSEY SHORE? WHY SEASIDE? As I …