As a mother, I teach my children about the resurrection. And also – my daughter teaches me.
What my altar looks like today, how Lent Madness at home turned out, and some summer reading plans.
My kids shared something in common, peacefully – and I caught a glimpse of the kingdom of God.
How do you teach your kids and teens to be thankful? How do you practice forgiveness? I’ve find practicing forgiveness and thankfulness much like choir or cello practice. It takes a lot of work, and the work never seems to end. And I don’t just mean for our kids.
This year we began homeschooling – and realized how seamlessly we could integrate faith.
We were hurtling through the air at an amusement park. Was my son really saying what I thought I heard?
I may not be a parent, but I sure am praying for you who are – especially as you have hard talks with teens.
I went out on Free Listening Day not sure what would happen. I was reminded of what matters most.
Ruth Scott’s new book shares her imperfections and helps me recognize my own. Also: that’s a good thing.
By building intentionality into our days, my girls and I make time to enjoy God’s creation.