Letting go of your children is tough. Miriam shares what happened when she let her daughter make her own way.
This summer my family is experiencing a whole lot of angst. Small scale going to kindergarten angst and large scale my mother is on her deathbed angst.
In May of 2002, I wandered through the aisles of a Target. I probably needed laundry detergent, but instead was lingering over purses and sunglasses, […]
My daughter is learning to trust her sense of herself and her vocation. So am I.
My son stunned me with the depth of his faith and passion for the teachings of Jesus.
My mom died fifteen years ago, and it’s still tough to think about “doing the holidays” without her. But through God’s grace and our love for Jesus, we’ve created new ways to celebrate the baby who changed the world.
Our family Bible study continues. The word of God is working in our family, and that means Bible study isn’t always easy, nice, or pretty. Yet, we’re blessed. Here’s why.
It helps to remember: we are all the Body of Christ, and the hem of his garment.
How do you replenish your spirit when it gets low? Are you spending so much time on your children and your family’s health that you neglect your own?
I’ve learned over the years that letting go is one of the primary and most challenging practices of parenting. That’s especially true as my son flies away to begin adult life.