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Who’s Making Your Daily Decisions?

  Are you ever unsure how to answer when someone asks you how your day was? I find myself in that position more often than I like. Sometimes its because I’m not sure if the person asking is really interested. Other times I can’t decide how much information to actually share. Usually, though, its because I can’t quite remember what […]

6 Tips for a Successful Prayer Challenge

  The Christian blogging community is full of prayer challenges. They can be a great jumpstart toward establishing a habit of prayer. Or a helpful tool to guide you in praying for a specific topic. When you decide to participate in one, you certainly don’t plan to look back and realized you never finished! Unless you make a […]

How Kids Can Change the World

  One of the boys recently pulled a Samaritan’s Purse envelope out of the trash and asked, “Mom, who are those people?” I could have told him to leave the trash alone. But, he doesn’t normally pull things out of the garbage, so I looked. “I don’t know. Let’s open it and find out.” We read about […]

The Only Way to Parent With Confidence

Until our first-born arrived, none of us had ever parented before. It all feels like an experiment with a lot of uncertainties. What makes it possible to parent with confidence?   Most of us would say that we love being a parent . . . at least some of the time, right? But being a parent (noun) […]

Kids In The Kitchen: What Can You Expect?

Do you let your kids in the kitchen to help? In the words of Dr. Suess, “If you never did you should. These things are fun and fun is good!” Including kids in the kitchen is good for so many different things. Life skills . . . reading (and following) instructions . . . self control […]