As an avid runner, my favorite app on my iPhone 5 to help monitor my progress and chart my running goals is Map My Run. This cool device helps track my running mileage, gauges my pace
Father’s Day 2018 is here. Many of us have mixed emotions – either because of disconnect, distance or death, we might not be looking forward to what today’s celebration brings. We don’t feel much like celebrating – we miss our
News Flash! June 2018: Leading Hearts Magazine is here! Let your summer reading begin.
Leaving a “Paul” Legacy
Don’t miss Sheryl’s article: “W-A-I-T is NOT a Cuss Word”
The Apostle Paul left a legacy for all followers of Christ. This
“Whew, that was close,” I thought, as I maneuvered my car back into the center lane, realizing I’d missed hitting the car I’d passed, by just a few inches. “That Mazda was in my blind spot.” Although the
Are you an extrovert? You like to be the life of the party, right? Or would you prefer to be behind the scenes? (Introverts are the ones who usually plan the party. LOL ) It is so helpful when we
Who’s your hero? All my life I’ve looked up to people I thought were doing important things. As a five-year-old, I read Sleeping Beauty, loved Princess Aurora’s happy ending. I imagined myself being rescued by handsome Prince Philip. Influenced by the
April 29, 2018 is the sixty-first birthday of Paul Eugene Giesbrecht. But it’s our ninth year to celebrate his birthday on this earth with out him. It’s hard to know what to do with the birthday of someone who has died.
“A soul cannot seek close fellowship with God, or attain the abiding consciousness of waiting on Him all the day, without a very honest and entire surrender to all His will.” Andrew Murray
Most of us hate to wait. We
Boaz and Me – Celebrate Our 4th Wedding Anniversary
Happy endings for the brokenhearted. Two broken hearts find healing in new love. The day the tragic motorcycle accident tore my husband Paul’s physical presence from my arms, my world collapsed.
The Enemy of Expectations
Expectations – love ‘em or hate ‘em?
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Yes, me, too. For twenty plus years, I’ve struggled with expecting positive reactions from people, only to be dissatisfied