I am so excited to let you local ladies know about a bible study I will be co-leading at my church! We will be studying the book of Philippians, using Jen Wilkin’s book, Women of the Word, as a companion piece. I want to invite each and every one of you to join us as… Continue reading An Invitation I Hope You’ll Accept!
*This was posted 1 year ago. I still think of this family and pray for them. Please take a moment today to lift them up in prayer on this, the 2nd anniversary of their loss. And if you don’t know the Lord as your Savior, my prayer for you is that as you read Leah’s […]
As I wrapped Christmas presents I noticed one of my guys grabbing the empty wrapping paper rolls and gathering materials. Tape. Scissors. Markers. Focused on his task, little else could distract him. Taking notice of his progress I begin to see the object of his creation take form. Every now and then he would ask my opinion on… Continue reading He Feels Deeply
In Monday’s post I referenced adding quiet time back into our schedule. As we geared up to begin school again this month, I knew there would be a tendency to dread the grind after such a wonderful holiday season. I’ve discovered that oftentimes the tone set for our day derives from my attitude. If I’m struggling… Continue reading Feeding My Soul Through Life-Giving Actions ..
Friday I mentioned adding a little fun to our day, and I must say our Funday did not disappoint! 🙂 Knowing I was going to sprinkle in a few fun activities really changed my attitude, and as I walked in the door from the gym to greet the kids I had a little skip in… Continue reading Welcome Back Monday! Friday Funday was a Success!
One of my favorite moments from this week was having fun in the silly mirror with Davis at our local ice cream shop. There was a whole lot of laughing going on! We need a little laughter in our Friday so I’ve decided that today will be fun! 🙂 We still need to do school and… Continue reading Friday Funday
Monday morning over breakfast I told the kids about Martin Luther King, Jr. They learned when he lived and died. Where he was born and what he did for an occupation. What he was known for and how he made a difference. As I was reading this information to them, the kids would interrupt to discuss and… Continue reading What You Do Does Make a Difference