I’m starting to feel truly settled in to our new home, community and church. The home renovations are mostly complete, personal items are displayed and hung on the walls, and I finally feel like I can sit back and put my feet up instead of tackling something on the to-list. One thing I’ve been wanting… Continue reading Humble and Faithful Servant
Recently I wrote on God Moments in the Every Day, and interestingly enough after posting that blog I experienced one of those moments. I’ve decided to continue to casually homeschool through the summer months, simply because starting from scratch was so painfully frustrating with my son. Granted it was our first year of homeschooling and… Continue reading Obeying the Nudge
I’m not sure how this happened, but this morning we were ready for church 2 hours before the service started. As a family of six that is a rarity. If you’re like me, you have good intentions to start your morning off right, but some how the time ticks by and before you know it,… Continue reading 3 Ways to Establish Loving Sibling Relationships
I was enjoying a visit from a dear friend a couple weeks ago and we started talking about all the ways that God has been working in our lives. I just love sharing how our incredible God takes the time to be with us in the nitty gritty of our daily lives. Often times, we… Continue reading Seeking God Moments In The Every Day
The power of prayer is an incredible thing. It is something I’ve grown to love doing and I’ve incorporated it into my daily life. I have a prayer binder that I use to help focus my time, record prayer requests and reflect deeper into Scripture. I’m learning to pray moment by moment rather than waiting… Continue reading A Love for Prayer
It’s been a big adjustment at our house- our family has grown by one more. We welcomed our sweet little girl on April 26 and couldn’t be more excited. Her three big brothers are over the moon excited to have a little sister. We were blessed to have my in-laws come visit us for a… Continue reading Juggling It All
I think many mothers can relate when I say motherhood is hard. It is harder than I could have ever imagined. Before becoming a mother, I was a teacher. I excelled at my job-- I had excellent classroom management, I had a good rapport with students, parents and staff and I was passionate about what… Continue reading For When I am Weak, Then I am Strong!