Sometimes the chains we wear shackled to our hearts become so comfortable, we get used to the pain and forget what it is like to be well. Perhaps some of us have never known. But the big question is — do you […]Read More
The Gift of Meeting a Need (Part 1)
A Mother's Heart
Early Morning Brave
When Willpower Isn’t Enough
Trade Stress for Joy This Christmas
Why You Should Get Unbusy
Dancing Leaves: God’s Spirit in Our Lives
Choosing an Attitude of Gratitude
Everyday Thanksgiving for Kids
What Gone with the Wind Taught Me about Marriage
God Used Depression to Set Me Free
The Benefits of Actually Knowing God’s Word
How to Manage Doubtful Thoughts
Healing Where it Hurts: 3 Pieces of Advice
What a Sand Dollar Taught Me about God
Who’s Always Right in Your Marriage?
Logos 6 Is Here: Biblical Insight Awaits
Only 10% of Your Beauty Is on the Outside
The Greatest Love Story
Having a Meltdown, Mom?
Is “You Complete Me” Biblical?
My Ambien-Induced Parenting Epiphany
Who God Is
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Beautiful Feet: The Spa-less Secret
Our Greatest Gift to God
The Gospel for the Weak Mom
Why You Don't Have to Prove Yourself
The Myth of BFFs
Teaching Your Kids to Ask Important Questions
Unsung Heroes: Being a Role Model Outside the Spotlight
Ticked, Annoyed, Angry?
Living a “Joshua 1:9” Life
Rethinking Our Wish List
When You Can’t See God at Work
Making Good on the Promise to Pray
Learning to Trust God
Love Covers All
5 Ways to Help Your Teen Deal with Peer Pressure
Learning to Pay Attention
5 Strategies to Survive and Thrive Amidst Change
Creating Quiet Time
3 Ways Adoption Mirrors My Relationship with Christ
Persevering in the Monster Marathon
Displaying God’s Goodness
4 Ingredients for a Thriving Marriage
Get the ESV for Free!
Taking Your Needs to God
It Really is Finished
Smell My Life
Wind is Fleeting, Family is Forever
A Bleeding Heart of Faith
Do You Want to Get Well?
Breathing New Life into Your Time with God
4 Things Parents Can’t Do
What’s Your Motive?
“Good parenting in – good kids out” is the paradigm we are most comfortable with. It is ironic though because, truth be told, none of us are the good parents we long to be. We are often impatient, inconsistent, unloving, and angry. […]Read More
“He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters, he restores my soul.” —Psalm 23:2-3a With six kids, a husband, and a fulltime career, I don’t need another to-do. I’m guessing you don’t either. We have plenty of time takers and […]Read More
From an article in Parents magazine: many parents believe that the “more time, energy, attention, and money they can devote to their children the better,” but “In the final analysis, there are important things we can’t do.” Here are some […]Read More
“I just don’t want to disappoint Jennifer.” This was my husband’s statement as we looked at the clock: 1:30 AM. Our daughter had just called to tell us that they were on their way to the hospital — her water had broken. […]Read More
“All a man’s ways seem innocent to him, but motives are weighed by the Lord.” —Proverbs 16:2 I’ve been writing a series of blogs pertaining to the busyness of our lives — a busyness that our culture deems normal and expected (See Living Busy […]Read More