Erin’s thoughts on Young Families & the Need for Community are reflective and constructive. She’s grateful for the group of friends she and her husband have, not just because they’re great company, but because they’re supportive company. Her post is full of practical tips on how to be a blessing for your friends and acquaintances with small children.
Hallie Lord’s blog Moxie Wife is hands-down, one of my favorites. This wife is crazy in love with her husband and she addresses real and common issues of the heart and soul with tact, grace, and humor. Refined by Fire covers the initially thrilling romance that fizzled before turning down-right icy with her husband and how they overcame it. Don’t miss this!
LeAnne at Life Happens When… wrote a rockstar piece on avoiding comparing yourself to others. Her post was so REAL and I totally identified with it. Have you ever walked into a house that looked immaculate, the family seemed put-together, and their life just plain perfect? As a person who’s been comparing herself to others for life, LeAnne’s piece make me want to kick the habit and just be humbly grateful for the gifts God has given me.
I’m slightly biased, but as editor for the posts, I’m always proud to promote my beloved Truth & Charity. Dr. Tim Shaughnessy is a thoughtful writer and this won’t be the last time I feature him on TCW. Tim very pragmatically and clearly addresses stats indicating why the average male doesn’t want to get married and why he should give it a thought. A brief post, but a loaded one.