Is mom-esty a word? Probably not, but in my head, it is. This is an honest post from me, a mom. I’m really trying to find a better way to say this, but today, I sent my kids away. *GASP* First, this get-away was already planned, so I didn’t really send them away. (Just as… Continue reading The Guilt Trip.
I’ve been debating on which direction to go with this post… do I write about the dum-dum suckers, or this morning when I stuck my finger in the pull up to look for poop, and actually stuck my finger IN the poop, or do I write about the pop-up tents, or the bitter sweet moments… Continue reading Waiting for the Dum-Dum Sucker
Do you ever feel like you’re not going anywhere? And then sometimes you’re moving forward, sometimes backwards. This phrase just keeps resonating in me. Forward motion. The girls and I were listening to a Bible story tonight about Ruth and Naomi. You may be familiar with the story. Naomi loses her husband and her two… Continue reading Forward Motion
While I’m not one to put our business out for the public, I will say that sometimes our business is that business that helps other people with their business. Just the other day, my husband and I were able to sit with a couple and share our marriage journey. However short it might be, our… Continue reading Five Steps to YOU
Let me first say…. I am taking this from a teaching I heard the other day. I love when a revelation for someone else also resonates within me – it’s like twice the impact! If you’ve ever studied the Bible, sat in a Sunday service or even looked up the word mourn, you’ve probably come… Continue reading My Beatitudes
“Being confident of this, that He who began a good work in you will carry it through to completion.” Philippians 1:6. According to Strongs Concordance, confident means to “induce by ones words, to believe.” It also means, “to trust, obey, yield to or comply with.” What strikes me about this picture and this whole scenario… Continue reading Hands Up!
While we are so caught up in our lives, our jobs, our goals, one of our greatest responsibilities is to cast vision for our children. I’m stealing this idea, just wanted to say this up front. My husband and I have been reading a book called “Visioneering” by Andy Stanley, and in this book, he… Continue reading The Greatest Vision