While most moms have it together and have taken cute, hip, and even beautiful pictures of their kids’ first day of school, this mom didn’t. My bad.
“Cultivate.” The Gathering. On the third Tuesday of each month I teach women in my home at an event called Cultivate. (It was formerly known as LNO – Ladies’ Night Out.) I’ve been doing this for years. We provide a meal, eat together, and then I share on a topic, followed by a few minutes of…
Here are 8 Benefits for having a Family Plan this school year (and all year ’round). This wraps up my blog series on setting goals and priorities for your family.
Our first ever Titus Two Tuesday. The question is asked about two sisters’ friendship where the older is outgoing and provided more opportunities and the younger is quieter and oven overlooked. What to do?
Even if your kids have little in common they can learn to spend quality time with each other and invest into the lives of each other. Here are some ideas to help you in making this be part of your overall plan for your family’s dynamics.
Parents can help in teaching older siblings to invest their time and love into the lives of younger siblings. Here are some ideas.
In the previous post, I encouraged you to take a stroll through your neighborhood and consider if you really know your neighbors. If so, great! If not, I pray you were challenged, like me, to be more intentional to not only know who your neighbors are, but to know them. If you have a spouse and/or…
Are you guilty, like me, of passing by your neighbors to keep up with the demands of a busy schedule?
My friends from other countries come to the states and one of the first observations is, “Where are the people? They drive home, into a garage, the door closes, and you never see them.”
Here’s a little food for thought about seeing ministry through the eyes of those we’re intending to help.
Your family can have a unique ministry based on the members within it. You have varied strengths, talents, skills, gifts, interests, passions, and even pains. Here’s how to involve your family in dreaming big for Christ.