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- 09/09/15 Jill Savage in Sheridan, IL at Fox River Lutheran Moms Group
- 09/10/15 Jill Savage in Bloomington, IL at Pray for the Cure — St. Johns Lutheran Church
- 10/16/15 Jill Savage in Naperville, IL at Trinity Church of the Nazarene–GEMS Moms
- 11/13/15 - 11/14/15 Jill Savage in Rochester, MN at Hearts at Home Minnesota
- 01/05/16 Jill Savage in Morton, IL at New Life Christian Church — Mom’s Life
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“The most precious jewels you’ll ever have around your neck are the arms of your children.” … Continue reading
It all started with a picture and comment my friend and coworker, Connie, put on Facebook. I like my little “Living With Less So Your Family Has More” car, but honestly I get razzed about it all the time. “What CEO … Continue reading
“True heroism is remarkably sober, very undramatic. It is not the urge to surpass all others at whatever the cost, but the urge to serve others at whatever the cost.” … Continue reading
Okay so last Thursday wasn’t the Third Thursday. But I thought it was. I’m still claiming chemo brain anytime I can! After all, I need to get as much mileage out of that considering all I went through last year … Continue reading
Today’s post is another wonderful excerpt from Dr. Kathy Koch’s newest Hearts at Home book, Screens and Teens. If you’re looking for a summer reading selection for you or you and your spouse, consider Screens and Teens: Connecting with Our Kids … Continue reading
Jill says: Even when you’re moving forward, it’s easy to want to bring up the past. Mark says: It’s the human side of us that wants to throw something back into play that we settled in our heart or relationship … Continue reading
“Being a mother is learning about strengths you didn’t know you had, and dealing with fears you didn’t know existed.” … Continue reading
She played the same three measures of music over and over again, hoping that one of these times would help her remember the next part of the song. She persevered, but then I saw the wetness at the corner of … Continue reading
Have you ever experienced doubt in your faith journey? If we’re honest, I think many of us do! Today’s post is from Ann Sullivan, the author of Permission to Doubt: One Woman’s Journey into a Thinking Faith. I met Ann … Continue reading
It’s a question that lands in my email box two to three times a week since the No More Perfect Marriages blog series in January. Unfortunately there are too many marriages dealing with unfaithfulness and people are looking for help. … Continue reading
“Motherhood is wonderful, rewarding, messy, noisy, and sometimes crazy ride, but it is worth is all.” … Continue reading
I’m guessing that nearly every mom has done it sometime over the past three days. It’s easy to do. It’s human nature. Women, particularly, are experts at this kind of comparison:We tend to compare our insides to other women’s outsides. … Continue reading