A common mentality among moms today is “I can’t afford time in my schedule for prayer.” But the reality is this: ‘As Christian mothers, we can’t afford NOT to make time in our schedule for prayer.’ Prayer may not seem very practical when you have young children.
The Power of Personal Discipline: I know, I know. The subject of personal discipline—to most of us—sounds about as exciting as a scientific discussion on the history of dust. The word discipline conjures up images of legalism and lists of rules and regulations. Most of us have observed mothers who run their homes like . . .
Creative Evangelism: I once read through a Sunday school preschool curriculum that walked teachers through the process of sharing the Gospel with young children. It cautioned against using “heavy terms” such as “sin,” “death,” and “hell” and encouraged teachers to focus mainly on the light and happy aspects of the Gospel message...
Purposeful Comfort: I am a big fan of efficiency. Ever since the days when our four kids were all age four and under, I have worked hard to efficiently manage the daily logistics that come with small kids. For many years, Eric and I had bath time down to a science. . .