How to Hear (and Trust) God’s Voice

Written by: | September 11, 2017

As I sat down to write this post, I watched my cursor blink repeatedly for quite some time. I don’t take this privilege lightly of getting to speak into your lives as parents and as such, I pray over and, ultimately, choose my words carefully. But not too carefully....
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3 Simple Faith Lessons for Preschoolers

Written by: | June 22, 2016

It can often seem like our preschoolers aren’t yet ready to understand big faith concepts but I have come to learn that planting simple seeds in the soil of their hearts will yield big fruit as they grow in greater understanding of God’s truth. Our friend Max Lucado offers...
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Helping Young Children Develop a Love for God’s Word

Written by: | June 1, 2016

Have you ever found yourself cooking a meal you know your children don’t like, but doing everything in your power to make it something delicious hoping thatΒ maybe this time their reaction will be different? Ummm…most of the time I do this for selfish reasons (because I love the meal...
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4 Ways to Help Your Little Ones Know They Are Loved

Written by: | March 9, 2016

From cradle to preschool, nurturing little ones is an important part of overall health. In early stages of childhood, physical growth and brain development are both highly influenced by the nurturing level received. When young children feel safe and secure, their behavior often reflects those feelings. Today I wanted...
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