By Marti Landis
As a wife, mother, friend, leader in ministry I understand and appreciate women.
We have many hats to wear, including the ability to multi-task and remain fluid at any given moment. However, as women
2020 was the hardest year of my life and it had nothing to do with a virus. As we entered our 25th year of marriage, I knew my husband, Chad, was going through some challenges. He had always been a bi-vocational
Leadership is a topic I shied away from for many years, although I’ve held various leadership roles throughout my life. From roles in corporate America to church, I never viewed myself as a “leader”, although
LAX was crowded. There were people everywhere rushing to and fro. I had my 7-month-old baby strapped to my body and all of my earthly possessions were sitting at my feet in 2 checked bags, a carry-on, and a
Did God really say that giving is better than getting?
I am glad to share our journey in the hopes that it would strengthen and encourage those of you from a blended family who might be listening to it. The blending of
By Julie Beemer
As the world becomes ever smaller the challenge facing parents and educators today is knowing how to train our children to be more than community leaders, but to be global leaders. Are you