Category Archives: Motherhood

The Power Of A Selflessly Devoted Heart

  It was a grueling season of slamming doors, elevated voices, and hot, sticky tears. One morning, after another long and heated discussion with my husband, I was exasperated by our inability to come to a resolution. I was confused. I was tired. And I was frustrated. What I really needed was the listening ear of a friend. But who

Read more

What If They Think I’m A Weakling?

    Sometimes, I feel like a two-year old… When my children were little they each went through a phase when they wanted to do everything by themselves. They thought they were big enough to handle it without mama’s help. “I do it!” they would say. And if I didn’t allow them do it by themselves, there was usually a

Read more

Choosing To Remember God’s Goodness

What does remembering have to do with joy? Last year I shared a story about having to pick up my husband’s socks off of the bathroom floor. I wasn’t happy about my situation. I whined. And I complained about it. Eventually my ungrateful attitude started altering my outlook on things. Instead of being thankful for all of the good things

Read more

A Fun and Creative Way to Teach Your Kids About Easter

A Book Review of Looking Toward the Cross, A 40 Day Easter Journey For Families by Leighann Marquiss   This Easter devotional includes 40 days of devotions and activities for families to participate in together that focus on the life and ministry of Jesus. After reading through the devotions, my daughter and I tried the activity on day one and

Read more

My Teenage Zombie Book Review

Is your teenager having a hard time finding their way? Do you worry that they might not ever turn in to the mature adult you’re raising them to be? As parents we care deeply for our children and it breaks our hearts to see them struggle their way through life. We want nothing more than to see them successfully launch

Read more
« Older Entries