A Collection of Books for a Grace-Filled Mother’s Day

Books for a Grace-Filled Mother's Day

In 1914, when Woodrow Wilson signed the proclamation designating the second Sunday in May as a national holiday to celebrate mothers, there's no way he could have predicted the century of retail hoopla and family angst that would ride on the coattails of his intention to simply honor mothers and their role in the family.… Continue reading A Collection of Books for a Grace-Filled Mother’s Day

The Beautiful Hidden Life

When I learned in fifth grade that Helen Keller had graduated from college¬†summa cum laude,¬†I made it my goal to do the same. As it happened, those little Latin words that mean "with the highest distinction" did actually end up being embossed on the white parchment of my degree, thereby setting me on a course… Continue reading The Beautiful Hidden Life