Recent Activity

  • Lisa shared from a Personal Document
    We often fail to recognize our greatest godsend, simply because it came bundled in suffering.
    Note: True.
  • Lisa shared from Building a Life Out of Words by Shawn Smucker
    The first step to living out your dreams is to see money for what it is: a necessary tool for navigating life, not the compass by which all decisions should be made.
    Note: Money is a tool not a compass.
  • Lisa shared from While the World Watched: A Birmingham Bombing Survivor Comes of Age during the Civil Rights Movement by Carolyn Maull McKinstry, Denise George
    Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.
    Note: Inspiring words and pertinent today.
  • Lisa shared from Beautiful on the Mountain: An Inspiring True Story by Jeannie Light
    I think we come to know God better not in the extraordinary miracles, but in the simple, daily duties.
    Note: so true
  • Lisa shared from Magnificent Devices: Books 1-4 Quartet: Four steampunk adventure novels in one set (Magnificent Devices Boxset) by Shelley Adina
    Girls should certainly be heard. It was their voices that the world was missing.
    Note: yes
  • Lisa shared from Reclaiming Nick (Noble Legacy Book 1) by Susan May Warren
    “I think we always carry the wounds the people we love inflict on us. The best we can hope for is to find someone who helps heal them, who loves us scars and all.”
    Note: scars and all.
  • Lisa shared from a Personal Document
    Home is the place where we sometimes hurt the ones we love, but the back door is always open—and there is always a seat at the table.
    Note: yes. it is.
  • Lisa shared from The Outcast by Jolina Petersheim
    “Love’s got a way of taking us where we belong.”
    Note: beautiful
  • Lisa shared from Frame 232 (Jason Hammond Novels) by Wil Mara
    Truth can be a dangerous thing, but in the end it is a good thing.
    Note: so true
  • Lisa shared from In Broken Places by Michèle Phoenix
    The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong in the broken places. —ERNEST HEMINGWAY
    Note: yes
(Lancaster, PA)
Lisa Bartelt