With greater responsibility comes higher expectations so let the Wise Up study from Positive Action Bible Curriculum help you prepare your children.
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
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 the Beginner Level, Art Core 2, Painting with Watercolor Pencils by ARTistic Pursuits.
New manicure for Princess and I featuring Midnight Blue and Cotton Candy Pink
Now that churches are opening back up, here are some tips to get there on time.
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.
Do you remember reading the "choose your own adventure" books as a child? Well, the What Should Danny Do? series allows you to create those precious memories with your child as they learn the importance of making good choices.
Throughout life, our testimony is built from our personal experiences. Learn why I thank God for the little reminders that encourage me to be grateful for things endured, conquered, and was delivered from.