The other day the kids were talking about what they might be when they grew up. They are still at the age where they completely believe that they can be a full-time missionary, full-time veterinarian, full-time explorer, and full-time painter all at once, so the conversation was filled with epic and exciting visions for their futures.
Creative Quiet Times In previous articles, we’ve talked about the importance of keeping prayer a priority, even during the early child-raising years. As I shared in the Christ-Centered Mothering series: A common mentality among moms today is “I can’t afford time in my schedule for prayer.” But the reality. . .
The Right Kind of Joy: It was a warm summer evening about seven years ago. I had just finished a major writing project. Eric had just finished several days of sermon prep. We were both ready to unwind, relax, and be refueled. We put Hudson (then age one) to bed early . . .