After being a full-time mom for 30+ years, I now have a full-time job that pays me in dollars. With this change I’m finding that it’s difficult to navigate the changing roles at home with my husband.
The wise man built his house upon a rock. The rock the wise man built on is Christ. He is the bedrock we build on and is always solid and sure.
What do you get to FEEL when you have “lost the weight” a.k.a. finally ended your battle with food, that you don’t get to feel now?
We can barely win when the idea of should invades our space. SHOULD is a major energy suck!!
The question is, do you even realize it’s there, lurking in your thoughts?
The problem with any goal is that they have to be linked to reality – preferably yours. Today, let’s explore an easier way to make those goals into habits.
What happens when we are too scared to explore [open] doors? What does living bravely look like for me as a mom?
The sermon on the mount has taught me so much about the joy made available to me through the teachings of Jesus Christ.
When was the last time you spent time alone with another person without the interference of a cellphone or some other form of screen? Think about it.
We are approaching Valentine’s Day but this column is not about romantic ideas on how to celebrate with your spouse. I’ll let you figure that out. Rather, it’s about celebrating with your family and how traditions bind us together.
Knowing that Nicodemus was a man loyal to tradition, Jesus said to Him, “Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.”