Three Ways to Make Giving Thanks an Action
By Michelle Flaningan | | Gratitude
I’m going to be honest here. I usually approach the Thanksgiving holiday feeling a little glutinous and guilty. Society has categorized Thanksgiving as that one time a year when we pay homage to all of our blessings. We buy our turkeys, and prepare them with all the trimmings only to sit down and eat more…Read More →
Help for Your Unsatisfied Soul
By Michelle Flaningan | | Contentment, Feeling Overwhelmed
I had the privilege of sharing this post n Living by Design magazine, SOULfood Saturday email. Visit https://livingbydesign.org/ for more information, and to sign up for emails! When we bought our current home, we knew we would be in for some cosmetic changes. Sure, the structure was sound and the major items had been updated,…Read More →
When Your Child Hurts
By Michelle Flaningan | | Guest Posts, Parenting
Leslie McLeod My heart was encouraged by today’s guest blog post, and I hope yours will be too! Leslie McLeod is an artist and co-owner of a tech company with her husband. She has two grown children and shares with us today on how to help your hurting child. Please check out the links below…Read More →
Three Truths for a Shattered Heart
By Michelle Flaningan | | Guest Posts, Marriage, Trust
I am excited to share a special guest post today from Stephanie Broersma, the Director of Reclaimed Ministry, Helping Women Heal from the Betrayal of an Affair. More information about Stephanie and Reclaimed Ministry can be found at the bottom this post. Our emotions indicate thirst; our thirst indicates a need for Jesus. “They will…Read More →
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