Cultivating gratitude and practicing thanksgiving aren’t just reserved for the month of November. They are spiritual disciplines we can include in our everyday daily devotional time. Start the disciple by practicing gratitude for 30 days with these simple ideas to draw your heart closer to all the gifts and blessings from above.
When I sat down to think through and plan out our learning goals for home this year, my main focus was on instilling Biblical truths in my children’s hearts. I have been feeling the sense of urgency as I realized how quickly my children are growing up. My son will be entering kindergarten next fall. We are still on the fence… Read More
Online, community Bible studies have become increasingly popular over the last few years. They provide instant community with like-minded believers and many are Biblically based and sound. The main drawback is that many of them offer pre-made study journals to either download and print yourself or to purchase and have mailed to you. Usually they are beautiful and provide amble space… Read More
Writing the Word is a simple devotional discipline. It’s a habit allowing you to go deep into God’s Word instead of passively reading through. Simple and effective, this written discipline has completely transformed my faith and will transform yours too!
If there are two things I love, they are office supplies and the start of a new school year. I’ve always been one who loves the back to school season. As a kid I loved the possibility a new school year brought — new teacher, new classroom, new friends. Then as a former teacher myself, I loved that each new… Read More
My home is anything but quiet these days. In fact you might even say it’s similar to a three-ring circus! There is usually always something going on with the kids, either they are laughing, singing, playing, using their outdoor voices inside (AKA yelling) or just walking, because let’s be real… little kids don’t know how to walk quietly! 😉 Even when… Read More