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Living Real

encouragement - truth - simple faith

Ramblings From the Shower

Faye’s first book, Ramblings From the Shower | Integrity, Faith and Other Simple Yet Slippery Issues is a comprehensive devotional collection that will touch the heart of the reader and motivate reflection and a closer walk with God. You won’t find sudsy philosophy or washed up religion in the pages of Ramblings from the Shower. You’ll find honesty, truth and a clean picture of the One who can wash you whiter than snow.

If you would like to have Faye speak at your next event, visit her speaking page for more information.

From “Thoughts for the Quiet Hour”

“Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling: for it is God which worketh in you, both to will and to do of his good pleasure”  Phil. 2:12, 13 What a staggering weight of thought is excited by these words! Stay, my soul, and wonder that the Eternal God should stoop to work within [...]

Who they are now

Just a week ago, I sat in the shade of ancient trees, hearing the gentle whisper of green leaves brushed by the breeze as I listened to the hearts of my former classmates. There’s Patti, who manages the logistics for a company handling government contracts. She is an advocate for animals with a peacemaker’s heart, sweet and [...]

I Didn’t Want To

I did not want to attend. My memories of school are not altogether wonderful, and I really didn’t want to rehash them. But, I’m a sucker for a friend who begs me to come and be with her and the others. Knowing my introvert tendencies, and my need for alone time to recharge, I booked a [...]

Be There

Far too often we rush about preparing for those special moments only to miss them. Stop trying to make the moments perfect. Be there. Tweet

A Boy’s Heart

I’ve shared this story on Facebook and Twitter, but I just can’t share it enough! Nicholas Bryant is a hero to me. Several years ago, he would accompany us when our church’s student ministry went to the streets of Knoxville to serve a meal for homeless and underprivileged people. Nick didn’t see people in dirty clothes, smelling [...]