I found out she is a believer in Jesus Christ, too. But when she told me what her church background was, I thought, “she may be believer…but she is wrong about many points of doctrine.”
My copy of These Happy Golden Years has seen better days. The rest of the boxed set looks the same. For awhile I toyed with the idea of buying a new set especially when I saw a large read-aloud edition. But there is something homey about reading the same copies of the books that your … Continue reading These Happy Golden Years
Michelle DeRusha in Katharina and Martin Luther: The Radical Marriage of a Runaway Nun and a Renegade Monk has done a phenomenal job telling the story of this world-changing marriage. How did these two people have a successful marriage despite their lack of example of a godly marriage and their marriage of convenience?
Check out this menu for a Hamilton themed dinner party.
After my two kids got into a fight with each other, my definition of peace was challenged. Was a peaceful day really the same thing as a quiet day?
Shalom in Psalms is more like a light commentary than a devotional. But it made me think about what shalom looks like in every day life and made me think about holy spaces and places.
God the Father, the ultimate gift-giving expert, offers these 5 tips for infusing joy into gift giving again.
Some old books, an end table, and some Modge Podge come together to create a vintage looking writing desk.
What could I get for Christmas for my kids with just $5? Something you need, something to read, and something for fun gave me a plan for Christmas gift giving.
I was tired of tripping over toys! My four kids had so many. Some they had outgrown but nostalgia had prevented them from passing the toys along. Some were only played with when I held it up and said “are we done with this toy yet?” followed by a chorus of “oh, no, that’s our … Continue reading We Stopped Giving our Kids Birthday Presents