Author Sarah Taylor

  • Sarah Taylor

    Get more of the faith, fun, and family that you hear in middays with my blog. If your lives are as busy as mine, you'll likely have some input on some of my thoughts.

 

You Never Know

This 20-something guy then proceeded to open up a bit about how he'd grown up in a faith-filled home, but once college came around, he'd opted more for late Saturday nights with friends than early Sunday mornings at church."I guess I just kinda fell away," he continued. He looked at the ground as he talked, probably waiting for me to offer a cliche or some advice, but instead I said: Read more...

A Less Than Norman Rockwell Family

I was discussing the holiday with a coworker the other day, and we began joking that perhaps what many of our tables need is an extra seat for a licensed family therapist to mediate. “Yes,” he laughed, “they could wear a referee shirt! With a whistle!” Read more...

What's Your Story?

“That’s it!” Debbie exclaimed as I told her the title of the song she had heard at just the right time the other morning. “I’m gonna go find those lyrics right now!” Read more...

Food Trucks For A Great Cause

Check out our interview with the owner of Street Treats, one of the food trucks coming to the Mobile Food Fight for Hunger. It is the ice cream truck for adults! The Mobile Food Fight for Hunger was the genius idea of my friend Kristen. She said the idea came one day before lunch when she was wondering how she could combine her love of Food Trucks with her passion for Social Justice. Read more...

Crisp Creperie

You won't want to miss the Crisp Creperie food truck at the Mobile Food Fight for Hunger. Listen here to Sarah's interview with them and start planning your food truck experience! We can't wait to see you at the mom meet up 12p-2p! Kristina and Stephanie will be at the SPIRIT 105.3 booth. Stop by and say hi! Read more...

Jen Hatmaker Interview with Sarah Taylor

Jen Hatmaker joined me for an interview, talking about her re-released book and her upcoming blog for allmomdoes. Take a listen! Read more...

Ode to the Female Brain (How a Tote Bag nearly sent me over the edge)

“Wheres my tote bag?” exclaims my seven year old minutes before we head out the door. Read more...

Real Life Needs Real Encouragement

I think one of the biggest misconceptions about me is that I have a naturally sunny disposition. That couldn’t be further from the truth! I tend to lean “glass half empty” most of the time, and struggled deeply with Postpartum Depression after the birth of both my daughter and son. I tend to focus on those who are suffering and hurting, then I start asking why, and if I’m not careful, I can get stuck in Read more...

Helping Boys Thrive

From the first ultrasound exclaiming “it’s a boy!” I sent up a straight-shot prayer asking God to equip me. How do I foster an adventurous spirit when all I want to do is exclaim “Be careful, Ethan!” ? What will it be like to parent someone who will eventually grow taller and larger than me? Read more...

It All Started When We Ran Out of Peanut Butter

It all started when we ran out of peanut butter. This was the beginning of an epic battle against technology. Technology, mind you, that was meant to help expedite this process and in turn make my life better/easier/simpler. Read more...
  • Psalm 125:1

    • Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be moved, but abides forever. Read More
  • You Never Know

    This 20-something guy then proceeded to open up a bit about how he'd grown up in a faith-filled home, but once college came around, he'd opted more for late Saturday nights with friends than early Sunday mornings at church."I guess I just kinda fell away," he continued. He looked at the ground as he talked, probably waiting for me to offer a cliche or some advice, but instead I said: Read More

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