Lolli here… “Get ready for school!” “Is your homework ready?” “Dinner’s ready!” “Get ready for bed!” It’s difficult around my house to get so many people ready for so many things. They never seem to […]


Lisa Chan Be Still Film

I recently had an opportunity to view the short film “TRUE BEAUTY Be Still” by Lisa Chan. Lisa is a mother of five children, co-founder of Cornerstone Community Church in Simi Valley, California, and wife of best selling author […]


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The resources that Lifeway publishes can make life easier for the Christian woman: easier when we fail, easier to try to do better, easier to be real with one another, easier to let go of […]


Lolli here… I have been traveling so much this summer that when I read this post on 5 Minutes for Faith, my heart panged for a sweet morning like Carol described on 5 Minutes for […]


Lolli here… Who here has NOT experienced a stage of limbo….when there were more unknowns and questions than there were absolutes and answers? I bet that most of us have experienced this at one time […]


Lolli here… Some days I feel like the summer has flown past, with hardly enough time to enjoy the break from school and rigid schedules. Other days I feel like the summer has dragged on […]

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Although Cecil Murphey has written over 125 books, I had not heard of him before I requested a review copy of his recent book, Making Sense When Life Doesn’t: The Secrets of Thriving in Tough […]


Lolli here… This past week wrapped up my entire summer-break-with-my-kids. Sure, there are a few weeks of summer vacation left before the kids head back to school, but I’ll be gone for all but a […]


The Toby series of animated, faith-based family films is made by a diverse collection of artists in South Africa with a mission to teach children about Jesus. My family and I recently reviewed a DVD […]


Lolli here… June is always a time of change for my family as we transition from rigorous school schedules to the more relaxed but often more hectic routines of Summer break. I’ve been more reflexive […]