By Ana Borden
Daily, I am reminded of the great sacrifices my grandparents and parents made immigrating from their native country under conditions that tore their families apart Read More
By Sarah McDonald
Over the past two years, we welcomed our fifth child and many nieces, nephews and friends. We are blessed with new life and baby blessings from God. Read More
By Gaby Smith
This morning, I was laying in bed with a cup of coffee. It’s my morning tradition and a little “reward” for getting up at 5 a.m. for work. I love coffee in bed and look forward to it every day.
After my son was done with his breakfast, he ran and jumped in my bed (luckily I had time to put my coffee down before it spilled everywhere). Read More
By Courtney Elmer
Have you looked in the mirror today?
I’m sure you have at least once … what did you tell yourself?
Was it something positive? Or were you silently kicking yourself for something you did or didn’t do? Something you have or don’t have? Read More
By Kim Roberts
So, my first-born, eldest daughter became engaged on Good Friday.
While she has been out of college for three years and working and supporting herself as a graphic designer for some time now, I can’t help but think of her as my little girl. Read More
By Kevin Sprehe
Praying with my children could often be better described as a circus, herding cats or a fire drill. Half the time they are jumping on my shoulders, running around throwing toys, doing cartwheels or simply not paying attention. Read More
By Gavin C. Lewis
Father’s Day holds so many different meanings for me, because I grew up without my father.
What I realized growing up and watching other families celebrate, is that there is no standard way to celebrate Father’s Day, unlike other holidays. Read More
By Leslie Bertucci
There is more to us than meets the eye. We are more than just flesh and blood; we are soul and spirit. So the day we become part of the body of Christ through the sacrament of baptism is just as important as the day we are born. Maybe more so. Read More