A little fun (and maybe a tear) for you on this Friday as I reminisce about a LULLABY. I was sitting at basketball practice, watching my two youngest -a middle schooler and a high schooler, when I got a text from their older sister – who is away at college. The text was simply this.…
Ever been in a messy situation that you brought upon yourself due to your own sin and selfishness, but were too stubborn to admit it? Here’s a phrase that has helped us when we’ve thought, “I don’t want to be in this mess.”
Have you ever thought about putting scripture to music with your kids? One verse, a passage, or even a chapter? Today, Heather and I sing Psalm 46 for you.
Don’t waste a crisis. This eight-minute graduation speech by my daughter Kelsey was given at our church’s Cap and Gown Sunday. She shares the perspective Believers should have in seasons of suffering. Her story is from a her own crisis – a two-year journey with TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury). God used this in remarkable ways…
Ever found parenting to be exhausting and discouraging? Christy Keyton, a mom to eight, including one with Down Syndrome, shares a gift she found of dependency on God.
I think this photo is selfie-worthy. Just a little humor for you today – at my expense – as I ponder on what self-worth looks like to God.
Mentoring has many unexpected blessings. It’s a two-way street with bends and turns, with laughter and tears and so much beauty along the way.
Can a mentoring relationship turn into a friendship? Here’s a sweet story of how a single lady and a mom of six began a mentoring relationship that soon grew into a “marathon” friendship that has gone the distance.
Does your family have the selfish sibling? In today’s T2T, I’m sharing five tips to help you parent to your child’s heart to help them put off selfishness and put on esteeming others better than himself.
Ever thought about practical uses of children’s art in your home? Children’s artwork can make a home unique and cozy while playing a part in its functionality.