Social media can be a great instrument in quickly and almost effortlessly communicating with the outside world. But Emily Stimpson, author of “These Beautiful Bones: An Everyday Theology of the Body,” reminds us that yes, social media is a great tool for relationship interaction, but it shouldn’t replace it.
Are our mannerisms and how we present ourselves really that important? Emily Stimpson, author of “These Beautiful bones: An Everyday Theology of the Body,” stresses that, yes, our manners do matter because they ultimately express our very dignity and worth as made in the image and likeness of God!
There’s nothing better than just relaxing and enjoying a mindless, casual activity to de-stress oneself. But Emily Stimpson, author of These Beautiful Bones: An Everyday Theology of the Body,” reminds us that we are also called by our very human nature not only to relax in our free time, but to also create.
How can you get more meaning from your life? Author & speaker, Michael Aquilina offers great insights on experiencing the life God created you to live
It’s easy to feel like everyone else’s family is doing it better than you. Rachel Watkins, developer of the Little Flowers Girls Club, discusses how to be inspired by other families while avoiding the envy trap.
Have you ever thought about how your guardian angel can help you communicate more effectively? Michael Aquilina, author, Angels of God, shares some great new ways to work with your guardian angel to build understanding between you and others.