Are we overvaluing our children? Is that even a thing? According to a recent study done by Ohio State University, the engulfing praise of our kids is creating a generation of narcissistic brats. Confession Ok…so I might be one of those parents that heaps praise on my kids. Do I praise them too much? Who […]
when faced with the decision to do something that makes me uncomfortable, I often opt out and refer to my introverted personality as the culprit…that way I don’t need to take responsibility for my insecurity.
When you think of a long road trip and three young children, ‘easy parenting’ is probably not what comes to mind. In fact, for some, it probably sounds like a nightmare.
The word for ‘help meet’ in the Bible is often translated ‘helper’ or ‘companion’, but is this really all God created a wife for?
While it’s important for kids to learn to deal with fear on their own, it’s up to us as parents to teach them how to do it.
The age of the internet has opened the doors wide for business endeavours to be constructed from the couch, wearing pyjamas. This has been a godsend for mothers all over the world who have had the opportunity to see their dreams realised through building a business while cleaning up the remnants of a damp cracker […]
It’s not always easy to be obedient, but there is nothing that God asks us to do that isn’t for our benefit, and His. So what’s the deal with a sacrifice of praise? And what’s the purpose besides doing it because the Bible says so?
Churches all over the world are preparing Christmas carols and special services. Volunteers are running around like headless chickens – organizing, practicing, sorting…and this is where…if I may interject…I’ll mention one of the Ten Commandments “Remember the Sabbath day.”
6 ½ months later our epic journey has come to an end. The trip was outstanding but hard to relate. I could write about the pile of majestic snow covered mountains we saw (so many that it nearly became common) – the crystal blue lakes – the monstrous Redwoods, but just like the pictures, words […]
Over 12,000 miles, 22 states, 3 countries, numerous National Parks…that’s what the end of our journey looks like. Our plans seemed to change as often as our road, but that’s life. This last month has held an unexpected trip back to the east coast to spend a few more weeks with my parents (and gave […]