When is the last time you read Psalm 107? The first verse is wonderful but I prefer the last verse because it reminds me that people who witness victory and miracles MUST acknowledge the power of God. "Who is wise? Let him observe and heed these things; And [thoughtfully] consider the lovingkindness of the Lord." … Continue reading Thank you God! Psalm 107 Praise
Today's review features a detailed look at the Everybody, Always for Kids book by Bob Goff and his daughter, Lindsey Goff Viducich.
HOPE. Hope in God is the only solution for the deep traumas of the heart. Only as we submit our brokenness to the good and great Shepherd of our hearts can we find the peace that allows us to respond to life. Why are you cast down? Why are you disquieted within? Where is your … Continue reading Hope in God
Dear Mother, You are blessed. You are seen. You are loved. Need encouragement? Tap the posts below! Motherhood: Perfection NOT required Fragrance of a Godly Woman The Invisible Mom Hannah's Prayer and Praise Power of an Apology Reduce Stress in Motherhood Moms Deserve Grace too! For more homeschool and family encouragement, SUBSCRIBE to this blog … Continue reading Mother’s Day Blessings 2021
Today's review features a detailed look at Milton Hershey: More Than Chocolate by Janet and Geoff Benge. This book is included in the Heroes of History series by YWAM Publishing. The
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Encouragement to remove the desire to feel guilty when everything on your list doesn’t get done. Just as God grants us grace, we should do the same for our children, husband, homeschool, and ourselves.
I don't know what it is about my anniversary that makes me feel like a new woman in love all over again. I go out of my way to look extraordinary to remind Kevin of why he chose me. Of course, I wasn't always like this but in our third year of matrimony I took … Continue reading Wife Talk: 5 Tips for a Delightful Day
Don’t let your faith waiver when you occasionally wonder if you are giving your children all they need. Just ask God for gentle reminders and remain confident in his ability to provide.
Do you ever wonder if your children understand what is being taught? Are they regurgitating what you say or do they actually believe? During our bible lesson last month I asked them "What is God like?" Bam Bam (5 years old) jumped up and said "LOVE!" My heart was so full as Bear (11 years … Continue reading Mommy Moment: Sharing Your Faith