Laura Nelson is worrying about worrying. Care to join her?
Laura Nelson knows her weakness and that’s going to help her have a fruitful Lent. OR Self-awareness is the key to a good Lenten observance.
Is there anything harmful about reading romance novels?
Have you forgotten how to have fun? Turn over a new leaf this year and get serious about fun!
Laura Nelson wants to know what’s in your wardrobe so she can add it to hers.
What do you do when the holidays seem to overtake you and your life? Get a Christmas intention.
Author Edward Looney penned a children’s book for Christmas with a Eucharistic perspective.
Laura Nelson's family has been caring for a child with chronic injuries and pain and is counting both her struggles and her blessings.
Laura Nelson calls 7 Secrets of Confession a book that will give you a new perspective on the sacrament as well as on sin.
In honor of the Feast of St. Francis, Laura Nelson shares her mission to make people understand their relationship with Creation and with the Creator.
Laura Nelson's mentors for true love -- her parents -- celebrate their 64th wedding anniversary. Learn what true love looks like!
You may not know it, but taking care of the environment can make you beautiful. Really, it’s true! Now, you may be thinking, “Laura, how is it possible that caring for the environment can make me beautiful?”
I don’t know about you, but I’ve needed a break for a while. This spring has been a bit rough and I’ve had to spend a lot of energy keeping the family rudder pointed in the right
Editor’s note: This post was first published on www.greenforgod.blogspot.com on July 21, 2011 Have you ever seen the old PBS series, Connections? It’s kind of like seven degrees of separation but with a history/science theme. Science historian,
April is history and May is here so why don’t I see any flowers? Sure it’s been unusually cold where I live. In fact, we’ve had so many unexpected cold fronts that the gardeners are afraid to