When reading is shared with others and when it leads to conversations about the little and big things in life, it is a powerful experience. I like to choose books to read with my children that lead to conversations...
One day you may find yourself in the middle of nowhere . . . when loss bankrupts the soul . . .  when the familiar leaves . . .  when future plans are erased . . .  when aloneness comes . . .  and nothing...
Just in case you didn't get the million memos, Valentine's Day is . . . yep . . . still scheduled for tomorrow.  There is another side to Valentine's Day.  It can be a challenge, making one feel like...

Ready?

Are you ready for anything and everything? The answer gives insight into our process and perception of life. The thing is . . . it takes work to expect the *best outcome . . .  in the worst of circumstances.  So....
It's Monday!    And.  Monday is the day to recommit to what matters to live our best. So. Today we are re-committing to daily growth in our life.  We expect children to experience body, mind, and soul growth and to be in the...
Adversity is the hard of life.  Adversity is elicited from the challenges of problems, obstacles,  trauma, tragedy, trials, suffering, sorrow, and a million other hardships.  The thing is . . .  adversity is often a catalyst . . . to...
The weekend is here.   Take a breath . . . a deep breath . . . and slow down from the weekday pace.  Because. The weekdays often leave little room to breathe and be. It can be difficult to slow down in this...

Your Tribe: Meet Anne

I'm very excited and humbled to have this opportunity to write for TableThink, and more specifically, the column, Your Tribe.  Besides my relationship with Jesus, My Tribe is the most important part of my life.  I am a daughter,...
We are so glad to introduce you to TableThink's newest author and partner, Anne Miller.   Anne is writing monthly articles, under the column, Your Tribe.   This month’s article is about hospitality and tacos at the table. We are excited for you...
My first boss repeatedly said, "Make it happen."  I found these three words tiring and lacking encouragement.  At the time, I did not think about how hard my first boss' job might be.  The thing is . . ....