Naming Names and Knowing God

Written by: | January 8, 2016

We take names very seriously in our house. The Hubby and I pored over the meanings and bible verses as we chose names for our three sons. We prayed, asking God to guide us in choosing each name, and He answered each time. In our dining room, a print hangs on...
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8 Ways to Start A Scripture Memory Plan This Year

Written by: | January 4, 2016

As parents, we know that in order to accomplish family goals, we need a plan. We plan meals, events, the daily schedule, and more. With the crazy pace of family life, including meeting the basic physical needs of our children, our spiritual intentionality can slide to the back burner....
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How to Make God Real to Our Children

Written by: | June 17, 2015

Our family loves the zoo. The African safari. The aquarium. Elephants. Monkeys. Spiders, reptiles, and unusual birds. It is one thing to read about these animals from distant lands and exotic places, but quite another to get up close and personal. What is it that is so fascinating about...
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Trusting God For Big Things As A Family

Written by: | May 22, 2015

Webster defines faith as complete trust or confidence in someone or something. It’s a good place to be, trusting God completely when it seems the situation is bleak. With that in mind, let’s talk about car troubles and faith, because honestly, those go hand in hand, right? I’m almost...
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Meet Tommy Nelson’s Brave Girls: Faith

Written by: | September 17, 2014

If you haven’t heard about Tommy Nelson’s Brave Girls yet, start by reading their letter to you HERE! Have you ever known anybody who is homeschooled? If you haven’t, now you do! My sister and I have been homeschooled all our lives. I miss my friends, but I still love learning at home because I have...
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