How to Grow Your Faith

(Inside: How to grow your faith.)   Have you ever looked at an obstacle in your life – struggling relationships, anxiety, indecisiveness, fear…etc… and concluded the reason your challenge has not moved is that you lack faith?   I get you.   Because we can think if we just have faith as small as a Read More

The Power of Stillness in the Chaos

(Inside: Be still and see all the goodness around you.)   Do you ever just want everything to stop?   The dishes, the changing diapers, the constant picking up – just stop, because I want to soak in this life, for 1/2 a second before the crying starts again. How does a busy mother actually Read More

My Kids Grow Too Fast (Sniff) – What to Remember

(Inside: What to remember when you’re sad your kids grow so fast.) Today was the last day of school and I was surprised at how sad I felt.    I’ve been looking forward to school being done and being home with my boys for months.  But instead of feeling the mounting anticipation of excitement, a lump formed in Read More

Why Moms Worry (And How To Let It Go)

(Inside: Better understand why moms worry and steps to let it go.) My son’s arms and legs were covered with a worrisome rash.   So I took him to the doctor and was assured I shouldn’t be concerned. The red splotches peppering his body was not dangerous or contagious, but it would take ten days Read More

Kids, do you want to watch God paint the sky?

We teach our kids to watch God paint the sky, and through it, we hope they learn to watch God paint in their lives Read More

This is How I Hear God Speak Through Motherhood

Hear God speak – does that seem elusive to you? Do you wonder how to hear God speak in the ordinary? He’s there, he’s reaching out… Read More

The Best Part about the First Day of School – Do You Feel This Magic Too?

(Inside: Do you see this bonus in the first day of school? Hear the encouraging message for both kids and moms on the first day of school.)   I love the start of a new school year.  It holds so much promise.  Like none of last year’s challenges will arise.   My now 2nd grader Read More

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