Category Janet Lynn Mitchell
“You look fantastic!” I said to Jason, my seventeen-year-old son. Looking into his baby-blue eyes, I wanted to never forget this moment. “Mom, I’ve got to get going.” With a smile, I placed my arms around him and kissed him on the cheek. I then smoothed out his tuxedo jacket and straightened his tie. “Have […]
I knew the weight that one carries when they have a loved one serving in Iraq. That heaviness had reminded me to pray—almost hourly for my brother-in-law. But, Rusty had come home and he was safe. Why today had the heaviness returned?
THIS IS A GREAT BACK-TO-SCHOOL book to read and discuss with your children. Do the words we say really matter? Has anyone ever said they were proud of you, that you were talented, valued, and loved? Did these words move, transform, and motivate you? What words have stuck with you since childhood? Have they given […]
Do your children have to deal with bullying in their schools? Recently a friend’s 17 year son committed suicide after being continually bullied. It can be stopped … but it must begin with teaching our children that their words matter and have consequences. Janet Lynn Mitchell deals with these issues in her book, WORDS MATTER, […]