7 Ways to Relax During the School Year

{By Ellery Sadler} I am a very accomplished authority on staying relaxed during stressful situations, such as school. And I have found several things that you can do to keep you relaxed and… Continue reading

3 Books Every Christian Needs to Read

{By Ellery Sadler} I have read a lot of books. I’ve searched the books shelves in our home more than once, looking for a good book to read. And over this past year… Continue reading

Is Writer’s Block a Myth?

{By Ellery Sadler} I’ve been writing for nine years now and I’ve written a lot of different things. But one of the big problems that face most writers is the dreaded writers block.… Continue reading

Review: October Baby

{By InsideOut Magazine and The You Are Loved Campaign} “You saw me before I was born.” Psalm 139:16 (NLT) As the curtain rises, Hannah hesitantly steps onto the stage for her theatrical debut… Continue reading

20 Things Every Abnormal Person Needs to Do

{By Ellery Sadler} I would not describe myself as “normal” or “typical” … this list proves why (I’ve done almost everything on here – the crazier ones are a yes). And neither are… Continue reading

Review: Red Dawn

{By Michael Vuke} The folks at MGM decided it was time to reboot the classic 80’s war movie Red Dawn. North Korea and its allies have invaded America, and we are caught right… Continue reading

Dear Mr. President: An Open Letter to the Next President of the United States

{By An Anonymous Citizen} Dear Mr. President, I can’t say I’m wildly excited about your election, unless by some unforeseen impossibility your name is neither Obama or Romney. I do not see in… Continue reading

5 Keys to Better Blogging

It’s not enough to just pick a blog title and start typing. Unless you don’t care if your only reader is your mom that is. Then by all means, go for it! But… Continue reading

Top 10 Apps for the Politically Inclined

{By Hailey Sadler} Angry Birds was fun, no question about it. But if you’re a political junkie and you want to use your “smart” phone for slightly more intellectual purposes than bombing pigs… Continue reading

5 Things Leaders Do

 Leaders. The word usually conjures up high-power images of presidents, kings, government figures and military geniuses. It makes us think of the giants among us, those formed by the crucible of searing hardship… Continue reading