My mom is the epitome of joy. She taught us to live joyfully. It was all we knew of childhood. A relationship with Jesus, a heart full of gratitude, a spirit of contentment, and happiness in the little things–it was the way of life. I never knew my mom was fascilitaing anything other than the ordinary. […]
Guest post by author, Kristen Welch of Raising World Changers in a Changing World. Guest author, Kristen, has also written two other books: Rhinestone Jesus and Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World. It is an honor to host Kristen on the blog today.
In our home, we’ve found that we best connect with our children around the dinner table. We teach them to share their ideas, dreams, and stories around the dinner table to build those muscles of communication. We want to reach their hearts while they are little, so they will be in the habit of sharing […]
**With St. Patrick’s Day upon us, this is fun glimpse back at my heart as a mommy just two years ago. I’m still learning and growing. Praise God for His work in our hearts. God is sanctifying us all, reshaping us, and teaching us every day to be more like Him. This is the good […]
He read the story for the first time last night on his own. My oldest baby is emerging into such a confident reader. We sat around our long kitchen table with plates of Chinese take-out while our big guy read to us. He held the pages of the thick Advent devotional, blonde hair barely peeking […]