Can I just start by saying, I love motherhood? I mean, it’s hands down the hardest thing I’ve ever done, but it’s had some huge rewards that money could never buy. I love all four of my kids equally, and each of them have qualities different from each other that I love, too. It’s such… Continue reading Finding Beauty in Bad News
What does it feel like to be Alive in Christ? Each time I ask this question, I hear a different answer from women, but most often, they respond, “I honestly don’t know.” In his letter to the Ephesians, the Apostle Paul lays it all out on the table, explaining what it means to be Alive… Continue reading How to Feel Alive in Christ
I’m always encouraging ladies to join local women’s ministry projects in their communities. Being part of something bigger than yourself, building new friendships, and growing in Christ are all essential tools for Christian women. Here’s what I recommend you look for in a Women’s Ministry: 1. Friendship/Fellowship - Spending time with like-minded women and learning… Continue reading Tips to Making “the Connection” in Women’s Ministry!
So, you’ve accepted a new challenge and need a partner to hold you accountable, eh? I recently signed up for a book study with a local women's group in my community. Part of this study was our responsibility to find an Accountability Partner. [This reminds me of those days in grade school when our teachers… Continue reading How to Choose the Best Accountability Partner
We all have at least one friend we need to set boundaries for to protect ourselves from being hurt or betrayed. Let’s face it. Sometimes, maybe even we’ve been that friend to someone. Either way, boundaries are so necessary for healthy balanced relationships in our lives. We don’t really get to pick our family, and… Continue reading Setting Healthy Boundaries with Friends
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My seven-year-old son has ADHD. It’s not a secret. We are not ashamed of it. But I would be lying if I didn’t admit that it’s a constant struggle in our home making sure we are doing the best for him. After three failed medications, a psychiatrist and countless pediatrician appointments, I was absolutely drained.… Continue reading Five Ways to PRAY Over Your Child with ADHD