faith, Genesis Series

Genesis 3 Uncertainty Breeds Doubt

Chapter of the Day: Read Genesis 3. Meditate on Genesis 3:2 'The woman said to the serpent, "We may eat fruit from the trees in the garden, but God did say, 'You must not eat fruit from the tree that is in the middle of the garden, and you must not touch it, or you… Continue reading Genesis 3 Uncertainty Breeds Doubt

faith, Genesis Series

Genesis 2 Quick Work

Chapter of the Day: Read Genesis 2. Meditate on Genesis 2:2 (NIV) "By the seventh day God had finished the work He had been doing; so on the seventh day He rested from all His work." It's probably a good thing that God made man last. Can you imagine it? Day One God makes man.… Continue reading Genesis 2 Quick Work

faith, Genesis Series

Genesis 1 Very Good

  Chapter of the Day: Read Genesis 1. Meditate on Genesis 1:31: (NIV) "God saw all that he had made, and it was very good..." Terry Lynn Nichols received 161 consecutive life sentences for his involvement in the Oklahoma City bombing. One hundred and sixty-eight people, including nineteen children, would lose their lives that day.… Continue reading Genesis 1 Very Good

family, lifestyle, motherhood, parenting, T.H.I.N.K Method Series

T.H.I.N.K. Method

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

Guest Posts

Guest Post by Kayla Miller

  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

faith, family, lifestyle, parenting

So you want to be debt free?

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?

faith, motherhood

It’s All Good.

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.

faith, family, healthy living, Personal Development

Priorities

It's a new year. Then new year brings this sense of a fresh start. Who doesn't love a fresh start? I'm a little early to the new year resolutions as I really made 2019 a year of personal growth. It began with an long, overdue overhaul to my health. Through that journey I gained a… Continue reading Priorities

parenting

Two Paths to Discipline

It's a cold, icy February morning here. So cold and icy we had to turn our car around and head back home after a failed attempt to head to Mom's group. So instead we're here watching Cars, and I'm drinking hot coffee from a Santa mug. I'm just looking at my children as I often… Continue reading Two Paths to Discipline