I’ve Reached The Halfway Point . . . Now What?

Tuesday, July 24, 2018 A number of years ago I became intrigued by individuals who sought to conquer Mt. Everest. Once they placed their feet on top of that mountain, they took a few moments to celebrate as they soaked in the view from the highest peak in the world. These climbers, however, could not…

How a Reclaimed Cedar Chest Reflects God’s Grace

  Posted on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 by Jill Printzenhoff Reclaiming Memaw’s beat up cedar chest was tedious and dirty work. However, I was determined to redeem its battered condition. I poured hours into removing several coats of old paint, sanding the distressed wood, and applying varnish. Solvent turned layers of faded paint to goo,…

5 Reasons to Attend a Writers Conference

  Posted on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 by Jill Printzenhoff A few Saturdays ago I attended a one-day writers conference—The Super Saturday Seminar—held in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. In all honesty, due to personal scheduling conflicts I had not planned to attend . . . until those plans changed. I’m glad they did change and that I…

Celebrating a Milestone

Posted on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 by Jill Printzenhoff Today I am celebrating a Milestone. This is my 100th post, so . . . bring out the confetti and streamers! While it has taken me many months to accomplish this feat, I’m excited to have made it this far along in the blogging world. I…

Pastoral Theology – A B&H Book Review

Tuesday, January 23, 2018 Pastoral Theology – A B&H Book Review by Jill Printzenhoff For this month’s B & H Book Review post I selected Daniel L. Akin and R. Scott Pace’s book titled Pastoral Theology. I opted to review this book for several reasons: I’m in my second year of graduate school pursuing a…