I was working for my kids, working for my husband and working for my church. But I forgot what it meant to work for myself. It took a friendly reminder to get my focus back on track. I’m better for it, and so will you be.
I am often very fluid when it comes to my own devotions, so making a time to gather the kids to sit around and listen to me wax lyrical and then ask them a bunch of deep and meaningfuls (groan), not to mention throwing homework into the mix – I was on the verge of giving up. If you ignore it, it goes away right?!
Out of the Ordinary Devotions: A Parents Guide to Using Minecraft as a Devotional Tool With this book you will be able to teach your kids how to: Use secular activities to bring God glory Hear God’s voice and know what it sounds like Make better decisions regarding good and evil Engage with the world…
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 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.