Runaway Saint: Review

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Runaway Saint

Lisa Samson; Thomas Nelson Publishers

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Book Description

When her aunt shows up homeless on her doorstep, Sara suspects anything but a miracle.

Sara’s an artist with a supportive husband and a house that folks on her block admire outright. But she’s restless and bored with life.

Then her legendary Aunt Bel shows up, wearing a smile after years without a word.

Twenty years ago, fresh out of college, Bel left for a summer missions trip and never returned. Now she’s on Sara’s doorstep, looking for a place to crash. Sara can’t say no to family, even if she hasn’t seen Bel since she was a nine-year-old girl. But saying yes to Bel turns Sara’s whole precariously-balanced life upside down.

The enigmatic Bel gives Sara’s family and their community a jolt of fresh thinking and clarity.

But Bel is hiding something. Though she won’t talk about it, Sara soon learns that Bel has been through a hellish ordeal. And she has the burn marks to prove it.

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“A Mom’s Guide To Home Organization”: Review

A Mom's guide to Home organization

Mom's Guide (1) I tend to head into the new year with a renewed desire to get my household more organized. With six kids and two busy careers, our house can get chaotic. I’m usually the last one to leave the house in the morning, and I often look around at the wake we leave in our paths getting ready and I think, “there has got to be a better way to do this.”

I am not a naturally organized person. I’m a leader, I’m a person who thinks outside of the box, and I tend not to get caught up in the little details.

I’m married to a naturally organized person. I’m sure you can see where the conflict comes in. Continue reading ““A Mom’s Guide To Home Organization”: Review”