I met up with a friend, Sarah, a few months back. She's one of those lifetime friends... You don't talk but maybe once or twice a year, but when you do, you haven't missed a beat. Let me just say, I am so thankful for those kinds of friends. I met her my 9th grade … Continue reading Overcoming Mom Guilt
This week we are at the beach. I love the beach. Growing up a few blocks from it was so much fun. Although I'm totally a Georgia girl now, I jump at the chance to go to the beach any time I can. Since we arrived, the double red flags have been out signaling that … Continue reading What the Ocean Taught me this Week
Hi! You know the saying, "if you fail to plan, you'll plan to fail"? Well sometimes not having a set routine reading the Bible can be the same way. Having a plan in what you'll be reading is so helpful to ensure that you regularly read the Bible. I love what Charles Spurgeon said,“Nobody ever … Continue reading 21 Days in the Book of John: A Bible Reading Plan
Recently I was out to dinner with my two Sister-in-laws and we got on the subject of quiet times. One of my sisters in law, Liz, asked how and what do we journal. My other sister in law, Heather, and I are journalers. We began to share our heart and our "process" of journaling with … Continue reading Journaling for Beginners: The S.O.A.P Method
"You crown the year with Your goodness, and Your paths drip with abundance." Psalm 65:11 Yesterday in my quiet time with the Lord, I heard Him say, "It's time to laugh! It's a season of reaping!". He showed me a picture of a vineyard and everything had been pruned. The vines seemed like they had … Continue reading It’s a Season of Reaping
Hello! In my last post I talked how the Holy Spirit longs to encourage us and give us wisdom. If you missed it, you can catch up here, Parenting with the Holy Spirit, Heavenly Encouragement (part 2) . God wants to partner with you. He wants to give you heavenly ideas to reach your child. … Continue reading Parenting with the Holy Spirit: Heavenly Ideas
A few months ago my family and I had the privilege of meeting up with beautiful friends from overseas. We met for lunch; them and their two sweet girls and John and I and our boys. As most "mom" conversations go, it was fun, crazy, a bit chaotic and seemed schizophrenic at times. Who can relate? Haha. You know the biggest thing I took away from that lunch?