An “Out of Context” Interview: One-Year Anniversary Post

This article is dedicated to my sister Connie Epp who has been my champion and mentor throughout this writing journey. I love you. Q:        Sara, let’s begin by discussing why you write what you write. Many blogs discuss current world issues or offer practical advice. You, however, regularly subject your audience to personal musings... Continue Reading →

Good day, my dear readers and fellow writers: It's time to show you what I've been working on for the last two years... Yes, I wrote a book! It took nine months of writing in my spare time, more drafts than I can remember, and one year of editing alongside my talented developmental and copy... Continue Reading →

Know the Value of Your Life

Love this post on http://www.mygoodtimestories.com.

Oh, that we could all truly “see” each other and love one another and value each other fully. Please remember that you are seen and loved by your Heavenly Father today. 🙂

My Good Time Stories

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Your life is precious. Your life is valuable. Your life is priceless. Your life has worth. There are times in everyone’s life that we tend to question the value of our lives. Sometimes it is a result of the kind of people that we spend our time with during our working day or our free time. There are occasions when some people feel depressed unhappy with themselves because of a situation that they are in.

How can we remember how to keep the value of our lives in perspective? Perhaps the following little story will help strengthen the belief and confidence that you may have in yourself and the value of your life.

There was once a father who became very ill and just before he died, he took out an old watch and said to his son, “This is a watch that your…

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Why You’ll Never Regret Obeying God

“Is that you, God?” How do you know whether a random thought that pops into your head is from God? What do you do when that random thought is so absurd that you seriously doubt it could be God? Obeying God Isn’t a Science. It seems to me that: Recognizing God's voice and obeying God... Continue Reading →

The Prodigy (Book Review)

The Prodigy by Alton Gansky My rating: 4 of 5 stars The Prodigy is a well-written, fast-paced book. I was hooked by the end of the first page.Its quickly moving plot certainly held my interest, but I think it was actually the controversial themes presented in The Prodigy that kept me reading. I appreciated how... Continue Reading →

Jesus – Safe, Tender, Extreme (Book Review)

Jesus - Safe, Tender, Extreme by Adrian Plass My rating: 4 of 5 stars Jesus – Safe, Tender, Extreme is a long walk with a good friend. It is filled with insights, humor, and stories about real life: not the life we feel we should be living, but the life we’re actually staggering through.Adrian Plass... Continue Reading →

Welcome, my dear readers, to this blog update! If you've been following my blog, you've already noticed by now that I've posted a few book reviews in addition to my usual life experience stories. Why I am posting book reviews: 1. I love to read meaningful books that make me think and also touch my... Continue Reading →

Fish in a Tree (Parent Review)

Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt My rating: 5 of 5 stars Fish in a Tree was the first book that my son and I read and then discussed for our mother/son book club; and we both loved it!If you want to share a book with your child that paints a beautiful picture... Continue Reading →

A Childhood School Story: How I Forgave Miss Winter

(Names and details herein have been changed to protect identities.) I knew my cheeks were glowing as red as my teacher’s cherry-painted fingernails. Salty tears rolled over my lips and down my chin. While I cried, Miss Winter towered over me, lecturing and wagging a polished forefinger at my burning face. I wasn’t a troublemaker.... Continue Reading →

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