I'm so thankful for the support I have around me. The saying, "It takes a village" is so very true. Just this week I've experienced the support of my little community as one friend watched my son while I went to jury duty. Another few friends watched all my sons while I went to meetings… Continue reading Support
Do you struggle to understand the Bible on your own? Or are you looking to dig deeper into the Bible, and how it applies to your life? Then this is the book for you! Is Jesus Worth It?: Igniting your Faith When You Feel Like Quitting by Stacey Thacker is a study of the book… Continue reading Review: Is Jesus Worth It?
This was the message I didn’t know I needed to hear. As a mom many days I find myself thinking, “I can’t do this!” Brooke McGlothlin's message in The Gospel Centered Mom: The Freeing Truth About What Your Kids Really Need, was a resounding, “Yes!” that’s right! On your own you can’t but Jesus can.
Place. When I think of "place" it brings to mind our moving journey 4 years ago when I felt like we had no place. It began when my second son was born in 2011,
I’m exhausted. As the mother of three sons 7, 5, and 2, a wife, a teacher, and writer, life can often seem overwhelming. Blogs, Facebook, and magazines seem to tell me I can have it all. I can do it all. If I try hard enough, try this organization method, try this product, I can… Continue reading Abiding in Jesus
Comfort. Where does one find comfort? From reading my students' introduction letters this week, I can plainly see that most are trying to find comfort. Their goals for after school almost always include a family, a nice home with some land, and enough money to be comfortable. I find comfort in a warm cup of… Continue reading Comfort
Play is one of the hardest things for me to do. Though it shouldn't be since I have three sons and all they want to do is play. This past week I finally, really played. Usually, I try to play with my boys but find myself thinking about my to-do list, the next writing projects,… Continue reading Play