Two summers ago, I was finishing up a School Law class at Liberty University and was first introduced to the writing of Francis Schaeffer through his book How Should We Then Live? which I reviewed here. Since then, I’ve enjoyed a number of his articles and commentaries on theology, doctrine,
“What an enormous tragedy it is when children, caught up in circumstances beyond their control or understanding, must witness or constantly be on the run from the horrors of war, or even in times of peace, must carry backbreaking loads of wood or work in the fields all day. What
“Compassion is a talent cultivated by experience.” Tim Sanders, Love is the Killer App I’ll have to admit that the title of this one caught my attention, Love is the Killer App. Tim Sanders has done a masterful job of explaining why love will always get you so much further
Christmas has arrived in the Strange house once we start receiving Christmas cards. I love to cover all of our cabinets in the kitchen with Christmas cards and we particularly love the photo cards to see pics of kids growing up, new homes, pets, and other life experiences. Two years
Normally I review books on this blog, but this time I had a chance to check out a movie for free. The movie is called The Way Home and it stars Dean Cain in a role that is very different than his Superman role that he is most famous for.
This is my second installation of the Must Read Blog on meganstrange.com. Last time I featured a leader’s blog that I really enjoy reading. This week I want to make sure you know about Atlanta on the Cheap. Over the past year, my husband and I have really focused on