Liz Curtis Higgs spent years making women laugh at her speaking engagements, on video, and with her first books. In the late ’90s she wrote Bad Girls of the Bible (and its sequels), combining fiction and nonfiction to teach us lessons on life. Then she moved into historical fiction transferring the Biblical story of Jacob
I’m No Superstar
I’m No Superstar is a blog for people like me who want to make a difference in the world but know they aren’t activists. Each post contains a social action idea that most of us could do, a book that’s worth reading, or a link to a website that offers other ideas. Oh, and it’s all introduced by a sometimes quirky story from my life.
I’ve been doing a few hard things lately—watching my mother die, writing new speaking topics, trying to comfort my daughter as she deals with her daughter’s problems. One thing that’s been hard for me lately is not getting to read much. I’ve even stopped ordering review copies of books to read because I just don’t
I know I’ve passed the 50th birthday, because I seem to do way too much talking about “the way things used to be.” I don’t really want to go back to the “good, ole days” because I love computers, microwaves, cell phones, sushi, microfiber, and too many other things to mention. However, just last week
Discipleship Journal’s Online News e-mail came with an interesting article today, one on creating margins in your life (read it here, and subscribe to DJ’s newsletter: www.navpress.com/magazines/archives/article.aspx?id=16167). This is an issue I’ve wrestled with over the years, both from being too busy in years past, to where I am today—fighting feelings of guilt that I am