Praying For Our Children

Jim posted a new article, “Praying For Our Children”, at The Family Worship Resource Center blog.  Here’s a quote from the article: It is good for me to be reminded that in God’s economy, while I am called… Read More

“That Home” Tribute to Moms

This is a song by the group Newsboys about a mother who was faithful to love her kids and bring scripture and grace into their lives daily – an encouraging reminder of the significant impact mothers can have,… Read More

A New Life

We are rejoicing that another little one is on the way. This new addition to our family is due this fall.  Thanking the Lord that I am past the sickness that typically comes with the first trimester and… Read More

Fun Indoor Activities For Toddlers

We had been blessed earlier this summer with very mild temperatures here in the Midwest, but typical summer temps have finally caught up with us and the thermometer has been hovering right around 100.  When it gets this… Read More

DIY Summer Reading Program

As a preface, I originally wrote this post at the beginning of summer for a guest post, but it was never used.  I know summer is half over, but there is still time to squeeze in a book… Read More

Bible Study With Daughters

Many women would jump at the chance to lead a Bible study at church and even more are eager to be the first to sign up for the Bible study.  But, mothers of daughters have a ready-made ladies… Read More

The Best Preparation for Life

Jim has a great post at The Family Worship Resource Center blog this morning on how we as parents can best prepare our children for life.  You can check it out here.  

Teach Them Diligently Roundup

Jim is speaking on family worship this week at the Teach Them Diligently Convention in Omaha.  I won’t be able to attend this conference, but I looked at the list of speakers and found several that sounded really… Read More

5 Keys to Maintaining Good Communication with Your Kids

When Jim and I first started having kids, we wanted to find out how we could maintain good communication with our kids.  We desired, like every other parent, to raise our children to be teens who talked with… Read More