Simple Things You Can Do for Do Something Nice Day

Written by: | October 5, 2015

I love to encourage folks and try hard to promote simple and easy things you can say or do to encourage others. I’ve found no better way to encourage myself than to be purposeful about encouraging someone else. So to spark this busy Monday into motivation for the entire...
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Discovering Your Child’s Unique Gifts

Written by: | September 23, 2015

In God’s eyes, do any of us really have an “ordinary child?” The psalmist reminds us that we are “fearfully and wonderfully” made. Shaped. Gifted. Created unique. Called for a purpose. Moses’ parents were keenly aware of the miracle before them. Just as God has given us unique gifts,...
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Embracing the Joy of Back-To-School!

Written by: | August 17, 2015

This school year will be different than any other for our family. After four years of homeschooling, our older two boys will be entering fourth and second grade at a local school. I feel both joy and sorrow over this transition, but the kids have latched on to the...
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The Power of Speaking God’s Word as a Family

Written by: | July 8, 2015

When my daughter was born, I was immediately overwhelmed with emotion and the weight of responsibility that came with motherhood. I struggled to adjust to my new role, but I remember feeling new mercies every morning, as we met the day with a clean slate. After a few weeks...
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Surviving A Road Trip With Young Kids

Written by: | July 6, 2015

  Growing up, my family and I took a lot of road trip vacations. Most times we camped, sometimes we just drove and stayed in hotels, but those were some of my favorite family vacations. We got to spend a lot of time together as a family in the...
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