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Showing Christ in the Way We Give Gifts this Christmas

By Katie Bennett, Contributing Writer. Christmas is a wonderful time of year. It provides an opportunity to experience and express gratitude to God for sending His Son Jesus to Earth, God with us. But we can also easily gloss over or completely miss that most central part of the holiday season in the hustle and bustle… Read More

Make Him Room: Writing the Names of Jesus

By Victoria Osborn, Contributing Writer Perhaps one of the greatest disciplines that have really transformed my faith over recent years is the simple discipline of writing the Word. It started simply as a way to help my exhausted new Mama brain focus on reading the Bible. My soul was willing but my flesh was weak. Sitting… Read More

Frustrated, Fatigued, and a Hill of Beans

By Marci Seither, Contributing Writer I can’t remember the exact day, since it has been several years ago, all I remember is being frustrated, fatigued, and fed-up. Frustrated and Fatigued Bickering does that to a mom, at least is does to me. Some days our kids, then 10, 9 and 7 were inseparable, other days they were… Read More

3 Truths to Teach Your Emotional Child

By Katie Bennett, Contributing Writer. Knowing how to best help an emotional child can be difficult. It’s hard to know what to do when they are genuinely that upset (not just putting on a show), despite the irrationality of their reaction to the situation. As my kids have gotten older, I’ve tried a few different things to help them… Read More

Encourage The Art of Observation w/ tutorial

By Marci Seither, Contributing Writer Help your kids stay curious one color at a time. ob·ser·va·tion (n)   the action or process of observing something or someone carefully or in order to gain information. I remember my parents loading up the old green Suburban with musty smelling canvas tents, a wood box filled with pots and pans,… Read More

Making Time for the Best Things

By Victoria Osborn, Contributing Writer Recently in a women’s discussion group we went around the circle as an ice breaking activity to get to know one another a bit better. The discussion prompt was to share the character trait that is both our greatest strength and our greatest weakness. Talk about a loaded discussion topic with… Read More

Our Favorite Gospel-Centered Books for Kids (ages 3-10)

Jason and I are avid readers. We both love reading and we hope to raise four boys who also love reading! Plus, reading is an excellent way to teach them about the Lord, cultivate a thirst for knowledge, and expand their horizons. We all know that reading to our kids from a very young age… Read More

How to Find Time for that Dream of Yours (as a Mom of Little Kids)

By Katie Bennett, Contributing Writer When I had just one baby, I felt incapable of even running my home. Dizzying lIfe-change and lack of discipline left me feeling ineffective. Now I have three babies (ages 5, 3 and 1), and I’m running my home better than ever. I share my secrets to making that transition in… Read More

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