Guest Post – Christina Hubbard

community Faith Poetry Writing

Welcome to Walk With Me Wednesday where we share together in the journey through writing.  This month I bring to you the theme of community.  I have asked some of my favorite bloggers to join

Guest Post – Megan Bucher

community Faith Grace Strength

Welcome to Walk With Me Wednesday where we share together in the journey through writing.  This month I bring to you the theme of community.  I have asked some of my favorite bloggers to join

Don’t Let What’s Behind You Make You Miss What’s Ahead of You

Faith Family Grace Strength

I get caught up in what’s behind me quite often.  How about you? This weekend, my little familia ventured off to Colorado Bend State Park.  We’re known for taking long road trips at the drop

Guest Post – Jessica Galan

community Faith Strength Writing

Welcome to Walk With Me Wednesday where we share together in the journey through writing.  This month I bring to you the theme of community.  I have asked some of my favorite bloggers to join

Open Mic Monday – The Real Stuff

community Faith Grace Prayer Strength

“I want to know someone who was dragged through the mud and made it.  Because I want to know I can make it too.”  My friend’s face is no nonsense when she utters these words

Clothing Myself in Love When the Workplace is Less About Love and More About Binding

community Faith Grace Prayer

I wanted to sit at the table with a dirty Chai latte (espresso, chai tea and milk) and talk about the mess today, but I got really caught up in applications, deadlines and catching up

Walk With Me Wednesday

Faith Poetry Prayer Waiting Writing

I’m kicking off March writing about community.  What does that look like?  In our writing, church, friendships, and in our home. Beginning next Wednesday and for the entire month of March, you’ll meet and read

Open Mic Monday – Community

Faith Grace

Welcome to Open Mic Monday for the soul.  This is our faith-based community link up.  If you are not a blogger, I welcome your comments here or on my Facebook page:  Carolina Cisneros. How does