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Cast Your Burdens on the Lord

Cast Your Burdens on the Lord
Recently, I was going through my day thinking "what is wrong with me?"
I had come off a tiring week but I also realized that I was carrying the weight of some of my burdens.
Once I realized this, I talked to the Lord once again about my worries. Read More

Parenting: Providing a Safe Haven

Parenting: Providing a Safe Haven
One thing that was very important to me as my family was growing was for my children to love being in our home. All of us need a special place to feel safe and secure, but children especially need this. I wanted our home to be a haven from the harsh world. Read More

Obedience Requires Faith and Trust

Obedience Requires Faith and Trust
By Jesus' statement we can confidently say that He knew what was coming. The time had come. He accepted what He had been called to do and obeyed His Father. Do you wonder how could Jesus be so obedient? It's because He trusted in His Father's will. Read More

Has Someone Offended You?

Has Someone Offended You?
It is difficult to go through our days without being offended, isn't it? Whether that is from someone in our home, a close friend, at the office or by a complete stranger. And just as often as I get offended, I am probably blind to my own offenses. Ugh, I really hate that part of my humanity. Anyone else feel this way? Read More

Obedience Requires Perseverance

Obedience Requires Perseverance
In verse 41 Jesus told the disciples to keep watching and praying, that you may not enter into temptation; the spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak.
Jesus knows that the enemy–and our own desires to satisfy self–will do everything possible to keep us from obeying. This provides yet another example of the war of the flesh and spirit. Jesus displayed for us in these verses His perseverance to obey.
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5 MORE Tips for a Mom of a College Student

5 MORE Tips for a Mom of a College Student
Dear Mom of a College Student,
Are you still struggling through this first month of your child or children being away at college? Do you find it a little difficult to adjust to the transition? I get it. I have been there. If you missed my first post for moms with five tips, you can find it on August 24th. In the meantime, here are five more tips to help with this new season of life for you and your young adult. Read More

Daily Prayer Prompts for Moms

Daily Prayer Prompts for Moms
When it comes to our children, it can be overwhelming to know where to start to pray. I created a weekly prayer guide to pray specific things over my boys. Maybe you would like to create a weekly calendar for your children? Read More

Obedience Requires Sacrifice

Obedience Requires Sacrifice
“And He went a little beyond them, and fell on His face and prayed, saying, "My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from Me; yet not as I will, but as You will." Matthew 26:39
Jesus did indeed know what was coming. He knew what would be done to Him. Read More

Three Tools for Our Words

Three Tools for Our Words
It is easy to find fault, judge, and criticize others. We do it openly or quietly. Years ago God taught me that by displaying those traits was a lack of self-control: of my thoughts and my tongue. And I often fell into the trap of a loose tongue. With many mistakes, confessing, repenting, and meditating on verses, I have found some victory in this area.
Studying the book of Proverbs has been helpful to me. There are verses on thinking before speaking, answering with a gentle response... Read More

5 Tips for a Mom of a College Student

5 Tips for a Mom of a College Student
Dear Mom of a College Student,
There are many emotions that could present themselves to you this month or in the upcoming months, so my desire is to be a voice of encouragement while you walk through this stage of life. Read More

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