When I was raising my family I didn’t like going to church on Mother’s Day. Not because someone else had the oldest/youngest/most children, but because more often than not the sermon was based on Proverbs 31. We moms feel guilty enough without an annual reminder that we don’t measure to the ideal women in the
Have you ever forgotten how much you enjoy a particular food until you’ve had it again? Whether it’s days or years between, you think, “Hmm, why don’t I eat this more often?” The servings that Marjorie J. Thompson offers in her Soul Feast: An Invitation to the Christian Spiritual Life are like that: Why don’t
For readers looking for a sensational tell-all, Lynne Spears’ Through the Storm, will be disappointing. I, too, was disappointed, but for different reason Through the Storm, subtitled A Real Story of Fame and Family in a Tabloid World is less than it promises. It is less about family and more about Ms. Spears defending herself.