A teacher makes a promise to parents and fellow educators for the coming school year during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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. […]
Halloween is likely the one night a year that strangers visit our homes expecting kindness. How do we embrace the opportunity? First, let us conquer the elephant about the subject. I’ll share my own experience first, friends. My mom is a woman full of joy. My childhood was one that focused on the […]
He was a college boy in the last semester of music education classes. He toured with the university’s praise and worship group, singing Bass. He wore collared shirts at all times, his young-adult uniform, if you will. He was completing that final semester of college classes, student teaching with the best music educators […]
Since the first baby boy came home from the hospital, I’ve been rocking and singing, patting and swaying, humming and snuggling our bundles of joy to sleep. Sweet friends, I don’t do a consistent bedtime routine every night. We have plenty of evenings where we come home late from teeball games or church choir practices. […]