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Embracing the Belt of Truth: Navigating Love and Authenticity in the Month of Hearts

By LeAnne Parsons | February 14, 2024 |

Greetings friends! As we step into February, a month where hearts and love are so often celebrated, it’s essential to pause and reflect on the ‘belt of truth’ that girds our lives. For many women, this time of year can be bittersweet, tinged with challenges and struggles in relationships that may not mirror the fairy tale stories of love and…

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Can I Find Freedom and Healing While Navigating a Toxic Marriage with Grace?

By LeAnne Parsons | July 12, 2023 |

Hello, my friends! Coach LeAnne here! I am so honored to share space here again this month as we delve into the transformative power of freedom. Freedom to be all God created us to be. In a world where we often find ourselves entangled in various forms of bondage, both externally and internally, the concept of freedom becomes a beacon…

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What Are the Steps to Heal from Abuse?

By Susan King | May 10, 2023 |

Hello friends! It’s Susan again; here to answer one of the Leslie Vernick & Co inquiries this month. I am traveling across the country today for my daughter’s college graduation. As I head west to meet one young adult child, I am leaving another younger adult child at home thousands of miles away. Parenting is difficult anyway, but I find…

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Pause, Pray, Prepare, Practice and Plan

By LeAnne Parsons | April 19, 2023 |

Spring is a glorious season, it’s a time for gratitude and celebration. We get to reflect on hope, renewal, and the gift of our salvation in Christ Jesus. This week’s question provides an opportunity to appreciate the courage and strength it takes to prioritize our well-being and set boundaries in our relationships. By focusing on what is working and finding…

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It’s Still All About His Needs

By Leslie Vernick | January 4, 2023 |

Morning friend,  For Christmas, I received a compass necklace. Daily it reminds me to live by my compass, not my circumstances. A compass gives you direction when you’re lost. It always points North so that you can find your way forward even in a storm, even when it’s dark, even when you’re tired or confused, or angry. How many times…

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Flowers Are Not Enough

By LeAnne Parsons | December 21, 2022 |

Hello my friends! Coach LeAnne here, I love this time of year. The beauty and the brokenness of it all. I cherish the birthday celebration of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and the many opportunities to share love, joy, peace, and hope with those we care most about, and it is also a time to mourn, remember and honor…

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I Need Specific Steps On Separation

By Leslie Vernick | October 26, 2022 |

Morning friend, The temperature in Prescott dipped below freezing so I packed myself up and moved back to Sun City West yesterday. As lovely as it is in the mountains, my body likes to be in the warm not the cold. I may drive up there for some snow with my granddaughters and Thanksgiving, but I’m glad I have a…

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Must I Forget to Forgive?

By Leslie Vernick | May 19, 2021 |

Morning friend, I just returned from a great women’s retreat “He Makes All Things New” with Called to Peace Ministries. It was wonderful to meet some of you in person and be able to give you a real hug. I’m a little worn out after speaking 7 times and doing two interviews so for this week’s blog I answer a…

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Getting Healthy After Divorce

By Leslie Vernick | April 7, 2021 |

Morning friends, Oswald Chambers tells us, “The great enemy of the life of faith is the good that is not good enough.” How about you? Do good things clutter out the best things in your life? Sometimes busyness masquerades as godliness. Don’t let it fool you. Busyness is just busyness. Godliness takes time to slow yourself down, pay attention, and…

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