• Guest Posts,  Wednesday Words

    Three Ways Being Vulnerable Might Change Your Life: A Guest Post by Kia Stephens

    Kia Stephens is one of my LIT sisters–a woman who attended the LIT conference put on by Living Proof Ministries last February. I have the honor of introducing her to you in a guest post today. I love her heart–turning those who have been hurt by their fathers to the Good Father Himself. I hope this post blesses you! If you want to read more by Kia, go to her blog at Father Swap. Three Ways Being Vulnerable Might Change Your Life by Kia Stephens I’ve lived a lifetime trying to be perfect. Perfect Appearance Perfect Speech Perfect Life But adulthood has been the absolute antithesis of perfection.  In fact,…

  • Wednesday Words

    La La Land Movie Review: The Importance of a Dream

    by Heather Bock On Monday night, for a late Mother’s Day present, Greg surprised me with a movie he thought I’d like. I had never heard of it before: La La Land–a movie with fourteen Oscar nominations and six wins. It started with people spontaneously jumping out of cars, dancing, and singing in perfect choreography on a packed freeway in Los Angeles. I do love musicals, but I thought at first, “What is this??” It didn’t take long for my skepticism to fade away. He was right–I really like this movie.

  • Guest Posts,  Reviews

    Q&A with Jen Weaver about A Wife’s Secret to Happiness

    A month ago, I wrote a book review for Jen Weaver’s excellent book, A Wife’s Secret to Happiness. Today, I have the privilege of having Jen over at my blog for a Q&A about her book so you can get a glimpse into her heart behind the writing. Enjoy! 1. Why did you decide to write this book? A Wife’s Secret to Happiness grew out of conversations I had with the Lord. He kept talking with me about themes of authority and submission, and how my faith can be cultivated and demonstrated in the way I live as a wife. I truly believe it all started because God wanted me…

  • Reviews

    A Wife’s Secret to Happiness by Jen Weaver Book Review

    by Heather Bock Don’t miss a chance to win this book at the end of this post! I thought I was pretty good at submission. My husband Greg makes it seem that way because he’s a good leader. He never tries to forcibly lead me into anything. God knew I needed a husband like that; I’m stubborn with strong opinions (like the rest of my side of the family), so it’s good to be married to someone who comes at decisions by asking what I think instead of first telling me what he thinks we should do. Oh, believe me, he has an opinion about what we should do, and…