The morning is off to a rough start. I slept through the alarm and missed my peaceful morning routine. The kids are demanding food as soon as my feet hit the floor. Everything is getting on my nerves. Everything they say and do is followed by a snappy remark from me. Why is it so… Continue reading N is for Notice
Before I knew Jesus I was a slave to sin and generational curses in my family. My parents didn’t take us to church. I grew up very poor and was raised in a trailer park in Macon, Ga. I didn’t know that there was any other way to live except what I was being… Continue reading My Testimony
We're in the kitchen together. Cypress, my three-year-old, seems clueless as he asks if he can have some goldfish. I think to myself, it's breakfast and this kid thinks he's getting some cheese crackers. No way. Does he not realize it's 7:30 a.m? As silly as his request seems, this is the perfect opportunity to… Continue reading I is for Inference
Imagine how smoothly my morning scenario could go if I made this one change when emotions escalate. What if, instead of screaming at my children, I paused and reminded us all of Colossians 3:20 “Do all things without complaining and disputing.”? The H component is to hide God’s word in your child’s heart. God’s word… Continue reading H is for Hide
We are late again this morning. There is not enough time to stop and explain every detail of why I need my child to put his socks on before his shoes. I yell, he cries. Everyone feels frustrated and defeated. I flash forward 15 years when he isn't under my authority anymore, and instead an… Continue reading T is for Talk
I catch a glance at the time and cringe. I have about ten minutes before the effort it would take to get them out the door wouldn't be worth the energy it would take to get them ready. I head to their room to wake them in spite of my ongoing, hopeless monologue. Cypress, my… Continue reading T.H.I.N.K. Method
Matthew 22:37 Jesus replied, 'You must love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, all your soul and all your mind.' My fingers tapped across the screen rapidly as I responded to her message. I had been feeling this familiar unease creeping back in, and it led me to reach out to a friend.… Continue reading Loving God with Your Mind
Kayla is wife to John of 4 years and is Mommy to Tucker and Bennett. Her greatest love is Jesus and she can never get enough of His faithfulness and kindness. Coffee, books, and Downton Abbey are a few of her favorite things. You can find more from Kayla on her IG or her… Continue reading Guest Post by Kayla Miller
We were slaves alright. Slaves to the master of our generation. Student loans. If you're already groaning and fussing under your breath, I get it. However, there is hope. So let me share with you the path to freedom. We knew immediately that we didn't want the stress of that debt looming over our marriage.… Continue reading So you want to be debt free?
Do you remember the story from grade school about the little boy who had the no good, rotten, stinking day? I was thinking about that after I had what seemed to be a really rotten day not too long ago. It all started at Target. Which is crazy right? Like what mom can have a… Continue reading It’s All Good.