I believe we’re all a work-in-progress when it comes to our faith, roles, and relationships. Living in gentle grace, not harsh judgment, is what Christ calls us to. When you subscribe to my Doing the Best We Can Blog, you’ll receive 1 – 3 posts each month of conversations about:
- how we can exchange harsh judgments for gentle grace when it comes to ourselves and others
- biblical self-care where we learn to care for ourselves spiritually, emotionally, mentally, physically, and socially.
- personality types – I love understanding why people do what they do. I’m a fan of the Enneagram and other personality tests as I believe they help us bring understanding and grace to our relationship dynamics
Previously I served with Proverbs 31 Ministries as a speaker and writer. During that time, my books, What a Husband Needs from His Wife and What a Wife Needs from Her Husband, add link were published by Harvest House publishers and have sold over 80,000 copies. At Proverbs 31 Ministries I wrote hundreds of devotions for their online devotions, Encouragement for Today. Eventually, I started helping other writers and discovered I love editing and writing coaching. (see below)
In between the writing moments was a crazy busy life of raising two sons (now grown, one married and living in the Carolinas and one way too far away in Arizona). Another huge part of my life was coming alongside my pilot husband, Scott, as we operated our business, Carolina Courts, which we sold a few years ago.
Now we relish time in our home in the country in South Carolina, just outside of Charlotte, NC, where our two labs are living their best lives, wildflowers bloom, and we can’t believe we have time to sip coffee on the front porch.
Writing Coach, Editor, Teacher
I love to partner with writers of all abilities to help make their dreams come true! Find more about this under the Writing Coaching section of my website and sign-up below or here for my Writing Tips Blog where you’ll receive writing tips and encouragement a couple times per month.
And mostly, I’m glad you’re here. I hope we can share, encourage, and laugh together.