Find out what books I read in the month of June. Which did I love and which books would you love?
When author Rachel Marie Stone said she was on her way to Mali, Africa to live with her husband and her two sons, I was thrilled for her and her family and was looking forward to hearing how God would use them in that place. I didn't hear much through social media about their experiences, … Continue reading Birthing Hope by Processing Fear
Since my husband is a pastor, my children have been to a lot of weddings and a lot of funerals. My 8-year-old has already been to eight funerals in her short life. Some of those people who we gathered to remember have been family members and some have been part of our church family. They … Continue reading Should You Take Your Kids to a Funeral?
A mouth-watering Tom Hanks themed dinner menu and activities. Can you guess the Tom Hanks movies represented?
My Utmost for His Highest was put together by Biddy Chambers, Oswald's wife. Who was she? What can we learn from her life? Book review of Michelle Ule's new biography.
Countdown to Christmas with children's Christmas books.
When my youngest child, Molly, was 5 years old, an elderly friend took our family to the Dollar Store. For Christmas, she wanted to treat each of our children to five things from the store; five things of their choice. The day we met at the store, it was crowded with people getting ready for … Continue reading Fewer Choices, Less Stress for the Holiday Season
Packed away in my tote of fall decorations is a little brown blank book that came from the dollar store. Warmth spreads through my heart when I flip open the cover and see handprints, doodles, and scrawled words inside. Each year for the past 11 years our family has taken some time on Thanksgiving Day to … Continue reading Easy Thanksgiving Journal for the Whole Family
Free Five-Day Devotional; Let's Eat! Giving Thanks with Jesus at Mealtimes
If you already are interested in personality tests and analyzing personality then you will love Reading People by Anne Bogel of Modern Mrs. Darcy fame. I was initially drawn to this book because of the cover (yes, I do judge a book by its cover. Sorry, I can’t help it!). I was also drawn to … Continue reading Review of Reading People by Anne Bogel