Don’t Waste Your Time


By contributing writer, Amy It happened. I'm not exactly sure how it happened, but it did. My daughter turned fifteen (and a half), and now she's driving me everywhere we go. On top of that, my older son just finished up his first year of college. Seriously. And please bring up the fact that my younger son will be entering the ranks of "teenager" in a few months. Let's not go there. Now, Continue Reading

How Cancer Gave Me Unshakable Faith

Nancy learned all about trusting the Lord and His perfect plan through her battle with cancer. - Intentional by Grace

Guest post by Nancy Backues As a self-proclaimed Type-A planner, I am passionate about my lists. I like accomplishing things because then I can cross those things off my list! I like having a plan, and I love sticking to my plan! Unfortunately, my beautiful plans are often interrupted by circumstances beyond my control. In fact, my whole life was interrupted with a single Continue Reading

Treasures of Grace: Deals and Freebies to Help You Live for Him

Are you looking for deals and freebies to help you in your Christian walk? Check out Treasures for Grace! A new feature of to find free and cheap resources to help you live for Him!

Each Tuesday, I share deals and freebies from around the web that will help you be intentional in your Christian walk. If you have a deal or freebie you would like included, you just need to submit a deal. It’s so easy! Are You Subscribed to My Deals and Freebies Newsletter? Enter Your Email Address Signing up for the Treasures of Grace email updates will ensure you get Continue Reading

How Logos Can Transform Your Study of God’s Word


By Mark Dutton, contributing writer (and Leigh Ann's husband) When I first heard of Logos I wasn’t quite sure what it was. They say it's the smartest way to study God's word? I was intrigued. But how does Logos work? What makes Logos so special? Why do I need it? Is Logos just another flashy tool being pushed to the Christian community? Why is it as costly as it is? Is Logos just for Continue Reading

Refine me, and Refine Me Again


"Must I continue to be tried?" Contributing writer Ami from When Mercy Found Me encourages us to allow the Lord to refine us, even through suffering.  When I found myself sobbing on Mother’s Day, it shouldn’t have been a surprise. Happy tears. Sad tears. Angry tears. An external processor to the core, it gets embarrassing sometimes. But I laugh a lot too. So I suppose they balance out. A Continue Reading