We are officially a homeschooling family as of this year! I was homeschooled my whole life and loved it. And, while we…
People often ask questions about when you are having more kids or not. Instead of taking offense or wishing they hadn’t asked, let’s use these opportunities to be gracious.
How can we meditate on God’s Word “day and night” as it says in Psalm 1 when we are SO busy with being mothers and homemakers? Here are 5 ways that I’m learning to meditate in the margins of motherhood. Won’t you join me?
Working hard as a mom may seem bad, but it is actually good and reflects God’s nature. Find out how in this post!
Parenting is a lot of work and we can easily get lazy in disciplining our children. Maybe you need an Obedience Bootcamp just like I did! Find all the details here.
This new take on a well-known missionary story is a wonderful breath of fresh air with encouraging insights. Be sure to read Becoming Elisabeth Elliot!
Loving the Little Years brings clarity and personality to mothering for Christ in the trenches. Find out the reason why you need to read this book today!
Motherhood is hard, but God redeems all of our work through Jesus’ death on the cross. The book, Risen Motherhood, shows you just how that works. Read the review here!
Motherhood pushes us to not live for ourselves, but to serve others every chance we get. This mom moment encourages us to be selfless.
Being a mom is a lot of hard work and leaves you mom-tired. Despite all the work and exhaustion, you can bring glory to God as you strive for excellence in motherhood!