Spoiled Brat or Strong-Minded Woman?

Carole Towriss Book Launch, Prize of War 1 Comment

The story of Acsah, daughter of Caleb, is told word-for-word in Scripture twice, once in Joshua 15, and again in Judges 1. And Caleb said, ‘I will give my daughter Acsah in marriage to the man who attacks and captures Kiriath Sepher.’ Othniel son of Kenaz, Caleb’s brother, took it; so Caleb gave his daughter Acsah to him in marriage.One day …

Fight the Good Fight, Finish the Race

Carole Towriss Freedom 0 Comments

There are over 35 million* slaves in the world today.  Justice Ventures International is hosting the third annual 5K Walk & Run, open to all ages and athletic levels. Walkers, runners, strollers, and (leashed) dogs are all welcome to participate in this fundraiser to fight human trafficking. Official timing is available for competitive participants, and prizes will be awarded for …

The Wild Waves of My Soul

Carole Towriss Christianity 0 Comments

Doing nothing is hard work. At least for a mom. One of my closest friends and I went to my favorite east-cost beach this weekend for a quick weekend. Ee arrived late Friday night, and slept in Saturday morning. We spent the day on the beach talking and reading and watching the waves. Add in some long walks, fish and …

Learning to Let Go

Carole Towriss Parenting 0 Comments

The last few weeks have been quite busy at our house. My two youngest turned sixteen and are driving (with a permit). Johnny was asked to escort a pretty young classmate to the Navy Ball for NJROTC, and John took him to buy a new suit since he’s grown so much over the last year. Dara signed up to go …