Christian Living · Culture · Faith

HGTV, Forever Homes, & The Gospel

I like to watch HGTV on occasion. I know everyone is OBSESSED with Fixer Upper and all things Joanna Gaines/Magnolia related, and while I love her style and find many of the HGTV shows appealing, I just haven’t (yet?) jumped on the “all things home” bandwagon. HGTV, for me, is more of a channel I… Continue reading HGTV, Forever Homes, & The Gospel

Culture · Motherhood · Parenting

Moms, You’re Not A Ghost

It seems like the whole country watches the new hit NBC series This Is Us. I too am a fan and have latched onto the storyline and the characters with the deepest endearment. Their stories have stretched my emotions and captured my heart. It’s true that most episodes require some tissues (…or maybe the whole… Continue reading Moms, You’re Not A Ghost

Children · Culture · Parenting

The BBC Dad Interview And The Nature Of Children

The video of the father whose children casually invaded his office while he was being interviewed by BBC has been the talk of social media. I was falling out of my chair laughing as I watched. THIS WAS REAL LIFE. The beauty of live TV is laid bare when life continues uncensored in all its… Continue reading The BBC Dad Interview And The Nature Of Children

Christian Living · Culture · Life Issues · Sin · Spiritual Growth

A Flair For The Dramatic: 3 Reasons Why We Secretly Love Drama

We often say we “don’t want any drama”. We use this cultural jargon to express our desire to avoid conflict and escape negative consequences of speech or action. Yet, deep down there is an appeal to the dramatic. We watch it on TV, engage in it either passively (viewing) or actively (participating) on social media,… Continue reading A Flair For The Dramatic: 3 Reasons Why We Secretly Love Drama