My StoryCorps interview with my daddy

Back in October, I was able to participate in StoryCorps and interview my father. If you haven’t heard of StoryCorps, or don’t know what it is, you can watch the short video below. Also, visit their website at http://www.storycorps.org to learn more. Here’s a short snippet from their About page: StoryCorps’ mission is to preserveContinue reading “My StoryCorps interview with my daddy”

Get Weird: Discover the Surprising Secret to Making a Difference by CJ Casciotta – BOOK REVIEW

Title: Get Weird: Discover the Surprising Secret to Making a Difference Author: CJ Casciotta Publication Date & Publisher: September 11, 2018, Faith Words Genre(s): Christian Living/Practical Life/Personal Growth Length: 217 pages ISBN: 978-1-5460-3191-8 My Rating: 3.5/5.0   Description (from Goodreads): Most of us grow up believing it’s more important to fit in than to standContinue reading “Get Weird: Discover the Surprising Secret to Making a Difference by CJ Casciotta – BOOK REVIEW”

Born to Wander by Michelle Van Loon – BOOK REVIEW

Title: Born to Wander: Recovering the Value of Our Pilgrim Identity Author: Michelle Van Loon Publication Date & Publisher: July 3, 2018, Moody Publishers Genre(s): Christian Living/Practical Life/Personal Growth Length: 192 pages ISBN: 13:978-0-80241812-8 My Rating: 4.5/5.0 Description (from Goodreads): Why are we so restless? All of us have a little wanderlust—a desire for thatContinue reading “Born to Wander by Michelle Van Loon – BOOK REVIEW”

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