Author Archives: Sara Horn

2016 Louisiana Flood: Glimpses of the Good
Thursday, August 18, 2016

2016 Louisiana Flood: Glimpses of the Good

For those of you not living in Southeast Louisiana, this past weekend was probably very different than ours. You probably watched a little of the Olympics, got ready for a new school year, or enjoyed one last summer trip or cookout. Things didn’t happen that way here. Last Thursday night, a week ago as I’m writingContinue Reading

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The Report Card Parents Should Care About This Year
Wednesday, August 10, 2016

The Report Card Parents Should Care About This Year

Parents all over are smiling big, or crying big as the case may be  – I’ve known your pain sweet kindergarten moms –  as you send or prepare to send your offspring off for a new year of education. I’m right there with you; this morning I stood in the kitchen and prayed with myContinue Reading

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How to Better Organize Your Attic With This One Simple Fix
Tuesday, January 5, 2016

How to Better Organize Your Attic With This One Simple Fix

One of the features I loved about the house we had when we lived in Nashville had nothing to do with the main living areas but where we stored everything else. Our walk-in attic was located right off the second floor bonus room, and any time I needed to put something away or go retrieve something, I looked forward toContinue Reading

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When is it OK to Say Goodbye?
Monday, January 4, 2016

When is it OK to Say Goodbye?

Almost ten years ago, God gave me a mission. Born out of my own needs and experiences resulting from the year my husband went to war for the first time, the match lit and the passion ignited. From out of those first flames, I took off on a marathon journey to make sure no other military wifeContinue Reading

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The War Room and an interview with the mom of one of its youngest stars
Friday, August 28, 2015

The War Room and an interview with the mom of one of its youngest stars

  If there is one thing we as believers in Christ must remember, it’s this: prayer is the greatest weapon God’s given us to use when it comes to fighting the challenges we experience in life. But most of us, if we’re being honest, never take that truth and actually apply it. The movie, The War Room,Continue Reading

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Encouragement Starts With Us
Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Encouragement Starts With Us

  Let’s be honest. It’s not always easy to be intentional about encouraging others. Life happens. Family responsibilities, job responsibilities, church and community responsibilities, running kids where they need to be – sometimes we find ourselves wondering more about who will encourage us, then who around our circles of influence need a little word of cheer. But asContinue Reading

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Monday, August 24, 2015

The Accidental Encourager

The Accidental Encourager

Photo credit: Matthewdwebb | Dreamstime   She had no idea of their value at the time… but the words my friend shared with me one day in a simple Facebook message became my life jacket… and the encouragement I needed to convince my mind and my heart to keep going. Ever been there? Life’s wavesContinue Reading

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My List of Five: Books for July
Thursday, July 30, 2015

My List of Five: Books for July

I love reading but I don’t always have as much time to read as I’d like. You too? This summer I’ve managed to finish a few books, so I thought I’d share what I’ve read – and what I’m currently reading. Maybe you’ll find your next book below!   The Caleb Quest | Mark Atteberry When I worked inContinue Reading

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Vyrso Author of the Month Guest Post: Forgiveness Always Wins
Monday, July 27, 2015

Vyrso Author of the Month Guest Post: Forgiveness Always Wins

He walked into their church on a Wednesday evening and they welcomed him. As they did every week, the members of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church settled into a time of Bible study, with no idea that before they were through, Dylann Roof would pull out a gun and murder nine of them solely forContinue Reading

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Reader Mail: Should I Let My Husband Help Me Even When I Don’t Need His Help?
Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Reader Mail: Should I Let My Husband Help Me Even When I Don’t Need His Help?

  Joanne recently posted this question on my Facebook page. It’s a good one, and something my husband and I have talked about a lot. Maybe you have too! Hi Sara, I’m almost done reading your book Submissive Wife, (love it, by the way) and I have a question. When my husband asks me ifContinue Reading

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