This week I offer a guide to young people, especially my own, to approach their existential questions as ones who know God.
No one said raising three children under 3 would be easy. Discover how God used another to remind this Mom of her gifts and their Giver.
Stories of remembrance are seeds of faith we sow in the hearts of our children.
Here are some simple ways to cultivate a rich harvest in your family.
Why in the world would a sick man opt to sit on the sidelines rather than leap into a full and abundant life? What sin in your life have you learned to live with?
How do you celebrate birthdays? Consider adapting this simple, yet enduring gift to your family's traditions.
I was so busy "trying" to be good I was blinded to my need for repentance.
Work is like the ball factory at the children's museum: there is undeniable joy in moving the balls through the labyrinth, but true joy comes from doing it with and for others.
We live here convinced that we are home, yet from the moment we arrive something deep inside reminds us we are not where we belong.
I originally published this last year as my first child prepared to go off to college. Apparently it struck a chord with many momma's of the "cap-and-gown set" as it was my most shared and commented post. So I offer it again for the Class of 2016's mothers: When I was pregnant I remember being astounded by the secrets the women in my [...]
Today is Mother's Day; it's the day we celebrate, remember, thank and love our mothers, mother-in-laws, aunts, grandmothers and the other women who helped shape who we are and who we are becoming. From Biblical times through today God consistently uses women to lead His children home. So today's post is offered in gratitude for the gifts [...]