When Vickie Elliott shares her story, people always ask, “Why did you stay?” It’s an understandable question considering everything she’s lived through.[Read more…] about Why Did You Stay?
Kristin Colino always responded to music, even as a baby bouncing in rhythm to “Saturday Night Fever” and “Zanzibar” while in her crib. Of course, she couldn’t have known it then, but God would use music to ultimately speak to her…the “all-American girl with a world-class brain disorder.”[Read more…] about God Would Use Music to Ultimately Speak to Her
A producer once invited me to appear on a podcast geared to 20-to-30 somethings. When told my age, he withdrew the invitation. I took no offense, but then started thinking: why wouldn’t younger people want to hear from people who’ve had more than 30 orbits around the sun? Who says you’re invisible after 50?[Read more…] about You Are Not Invisible After 50
Doing whatever to survive can be destructive or constructive, depending on whether you’re running from yourself—and your trauma—or facing it head on. Amanda Freeman understands this.[Read more…] about Doing Whatever to Survive
Oh, what a tangled web people weave to deceive. Yvonne DiVita should know.[Read more…] about Oh, What a Tangled Web People Weave to Deceive
Another year. Another war. Rising prices. Political division. As this year ends, let’s talk about something far more uplifting. Let’s talk about my little sister, Lynne, and the moment she found peace when she least expected it.[Read more…] about She Found Peace When She Least Expected It