Another Way Archive

Connecting with God in the New Year

January 1, 2015 Melodie Davis

The point is to connect as intimately with God as you do with your computer or mobile device for just a few of the hours that many of us spend online.;;

Driving Herself: My Mother

December 25, 2014 Melodie Davis

The freedom we gain at ages 15 to 17, when we first get a driver’s license, becomes one more loss in the journey of life.;;

Do You Believe?

December 18, 2014 Melodie Davis

We too need the company of other persons of faith as we take up the journey of finding, believing, and following Jesus.;;

Changing the World: One Random Act at a Time

December 11, 2014 Melodie Davis

Whether we’ve just spent a wallet full of cash or racked up Christmas shopping bills on the plastic, it always feels good to toss a token dime or dollar in the kettle, doesn’t it?;;

I’m a Bit Like That Mom

December 4, 2014 Melodie Davis

When most of us gather as extended families, some of a family’s underlying history, stresses, and habits come out. This book looks at family connections—and trials—across generations. ;;;

The Special Sixth Sense of Cats

November 27, 2014 Melodie Davis

;My husband would wake up to Beatrice curled up next to the part of his body that ached the most. The aches moved around, but Beatrice was always able to sense just where he needed comfort. ;;

How to Become More Grateful

November 20, 2014 Melodie Davis

;The first meal after you are allowed to eat again, your mouth practically explodes—the pleasant tastes and sensations rocket through your mouth and into your tummy.;

Raising Puppies and Babies – Part 2

November 13, 2014 Melodie Davis

;The most obvious similarity is that puppies and babies both have three basic needs: to eat, to eliminate, and be loved.;

Raising Puppies and Babies – Part 1

November 6, 2014 Melodie Davis

;But too soon I was tearing my hair out. Yes, she had accidents, but more than that, I couldn’t get the hang of what a puppy’s schedule should look like.;


October 30, 2014 Melodie Davis

We can “hold each other up” because of another fragile gift God gave us as humans: love.;;