Tag: purpose

Being lost is such a scary feeling.

I remember being lost in the hilly one-way streets of Athens, Ohio a few days after we had moved to town. The panic started to rise in my throat until it reached my eyes and flowed out as tears. I pulled over and called my husband at work. Repeatedly. Until he finally answered.

His voice ... Read More

For 16 years, people have been asking me, “What’s it like to be a coach’s wife?”

For 16 years, my answer has been, “Um… I don’t know. It’s good?”

The thing is, I don’t know any different. Saul is the only husband I’ve ever had, so I’ve never had the opportunity to compare my husband, the Division 1 College Basketball Coach, with ... Read More

A strange thing is happening. The kids are fed, the dishes are done (sort of) and the couch begins calling my name. Actually, it’s not the couch that’s drawing me in, it’s the television.

Ahhh, Netflix.

I’ve always admired the beauty of being able to watch what you want when you want it, but at the risk of sounding like an 80-year-old ... Read More

Do you ever wonder why you’re here? I know I do.

People need purpose. I’m at my best when my gifts and talents are being put to good use; when I’m on the right track.

I’m guessing I’m not the only one who feels this way.

Rick Warren’s book, “A Purpose Driven Life,” is the best-selling book of all time, second only to ... Read More