Liz Sagaser

Liz Sagaser

Liz Sagaser is married to her high school sweetheart, is mom to two creative snack-stealers, and is a marketing guru and writer living in the Black Hills of South Dakota. She loves Jesus, digs Midcentury Modern design and brakes for #fleamarkets. She enjoys laughing, reading, and other people's cooking.
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A Grandma’s ‘Very Best Ad...

Toward the end of my college career, I felt a tug. I was about to embark on adulthood of t...

It's Time to Get Outside

Comedian and father of five Jim Gaffigan on being “indoorsy.” (Watch the full clip for add...

Security Check: Where Doe...

On a spring Tuesday, Mike received a text message inviting him to a meeting with managemen...

‘She Laughs Without Fear’...

What is your personal elevator pitch? Not a rehearsed resume-version of your motherhood, c...

Our Intergenerational Con...

We are, each of us, a unique combination of genes, environment, and the workmanship of God...

Jesus Has Risen! Now What...

Do you ever lay awake at night, worrying about your job? Your bills? Your relationships? Y...

A Very Horrific but Very ...

The Friday before Easter has been recognized as holy since as far back as AD 230; about th...

Let Us Not Grow Weary

In the midst of “doing good unto others,” the feelings of gratitude, joy, and shared human...

Love Never Fails

"If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resoundi...

Fill In The Blank

Google this phrase: “why is love so...”  The cool thing about Google is, it’ll give you th...

A Well-Lit Journey

Walking with a friend in the dark is better than walking alone in the light. — Helen Kelle...

Open My Eyes

Open my eyes, that I may see wonderful things in your law. — Psalm 119:18 (NIV) My new fri...

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