Lisa Schmidt Archive
Lisa Schmidt illustrates how the FedEx arrow can inspire us to seek negative space and savor the silence this Advent
Lisa Schmidt highlights a book that will remain with her for a very long time.
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Anne of Green Gables said, “I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” Lisa Schmidt agrees. Here are ten things she loves about this month.
Lisa Schmidt reflects on her husband's journey to the permanent diaconate and how she's feeling spiritually vulnerable since ordination.
Could you live in a “tiny house?” Lisa Schmidt explores a lifestyle focused on living in smaller, simplified spaces.
When God asks you to do something, He gives you what, or who, you need.
Some political issues remain simply political until they visibly impact the lives of those around us. Then suddenly we recognize them as issues of human dignity. Lisa Schmidt revisits one such situation.
Do you have a mentoring relationship that has benefited your life? Lisa Schmidt discusses the importance of inter-generational relationships for at-home moms.
Lisa Schmidt shares one of the best talks on parenting she’s ever heard.
Lisa Schmidt highlights a Lenten blog series she’s hosting at ThePracticingCatholic.com called Soups & Stories.
When we pray and work for peace, it doesn’t always work out the way we hope. Lisa Schmidt shares some encouraging words for those moments.
Lisa Schmidt wrestles with putting her gifts in service to Jesus in unexpected ways.
Do you struggle to receive gifts graciously? Lisa Schmidt reflects on how a random act of kindness and a “smack” in the face has taught her to receive gifts more graciously.
Lisa Schmidt considers a recent example of "holy leisure" and contemplates its role in our families' lives.