Lessons about God from Back-to-School Shopping

Back-to-school shopping is no joke. It can bring anxious feelings to the most seasoned and confident parents. For me, there’s the dread of driving to multiple locations to find special items on my kids’ school supply lists — with three kids in tow, and all the noise and drama that can bring. There’s also the unfortunate… Continue reading Lessons about God from Back-to-School Shopping

10 Things My Strong-Willed Child is Teaching Me (Part 2)

More than two months ago, I started a list of 10 things my strong-willed child is teaching me. Because the post became rather lengthy, I shared just the first five lessons, and hoped to write the second five the following week. (In case you missed it, you can read it here.) Life got super busy,… Continue reading 10 Things My Strong-Willed Child is Teaching Me (Part 2)

10 Things My Strong-Willed Child is Teaching Me (Part 1)

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times… To borrow from the illustrious Charles Dickens, the three years my husband and I spent in the throes of the terrible two’s, three’s, and fours with our strong-willed “Middlest One” were just that. One moment, life was blissful and fun as we watched… Continue reading 10 Things My Strong-Willed Child is Teaching Me (Part 1)

Making Time for Your Spouse When Life with Children Gets Hectic

Dear friends, I’m so excited to have my first-ever guest blog post by the author of From Me to We, Lucille Williams. She is a delightfully honest and funny writer who is passionate about God, marriage, and parenting. Her children are all grown, and in fact she is now a young grandmother! Lucille shares some wisdom… Continue reading Making Time for Your Spouse When Life with Children Gets Hectic

“When What is Vile is Honored”

As believers, we are inundated constantly with messages from a culture and society that are the complete opposite of our faith. When actors, actresses, athletes, and politicians jump on the bandwagon about a certain issue—and then our friends and family do as well—holding fast to our faith and our beliefs can seem like a daunting… Continue reading “When What is Vile is Honored”

What I Hope to Teach My Children About Politics

As this very polarizing political season comes to a close, I have often thought about my children, who are ages 8, 5, and 3. I’m very thankful that they are so young and don’t really understand what has been going on in our country these past nine months or so. I wanted to write this down,… Continue reading What I Hope to Teach My Children About Politics