Our Favorites

Our Favorite Things

Life is more fun when you share it, so we thought we’d tell you about our favorite books, music, recipes, places, blogs, videos and more!


A Grace Disguised by Jerry Sittser

Michael and Gina highly recommend this book! Whether your grieving the loss of a loved one, facing divorce, illness, infertility, or even loss of a job, author, Jerry Sittser, delves into what it means to be transformed by loss in a real and practical way that will make you examine your responses to loss in your life.




Amazima Ministries

Katie Davis is an extraordinary young woman. Read her blog and discover
why we love her.



Lost Valley Ranch, Colorado

Gina has been visiting Lost Valley with her mom and sister since 1998. She considers it the best dude ranch in Colorado. Family friendly, superb staff, stunning views, horseback riding for every level, hiking, swimming, hot tubs!The perfect getaway with or without the kids!


Golf’s Sacred Journey
(Seven Day at the Links of Utopia)

by Dr. John L. Cook
An extraordinary book. A quick read that speaks in detail to golfers, men, believers and anyone who has “lost their game” for the moment. It won’t take you seven days to read this book but you’ll end up in Utopia. This book has been made into a major motion picture starring Robert Duvall, in theaters August 12. This is the perfect Father’s Day gift!


Camp Erin

A summer camp for grieving children. Created by The Moyer Foundation, Camp Erin allows children who have lost a loved one to attend a week-long summer camp free of charge. All of the other campers are kids just like them and it is staffed with licensed counselors who specialize in grief counseling.



Wrigley Bleachers

It’s baseball season and like every other Cubs fan, we love the fun of the Wrigley Field Bleachers!


Angelo’s Restaurant in Little Italy

Michael and Gina’s favorite place for authentic Italian eats.



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