A Letter To Christian Teenage Girls About Modesty From A Mother of Three Teenage Boys

I saw you at the pool today walking with your friend.  Your body barely filling out the teeny tiny string bikini you were modeling during your numerous walks around the pool grounds. I saw you at the party walking ever so gingerly and carefully in your oh so high heels and itty bitty little shorts.  … Continue reading A Letter To Christian Teenage Girls About Modesty From A Mother of Three Teenage Boys

Being Generous With The Little You Have

A poor widow.  Two small, seemingly insignificant, copper coins sat inside of her hand.  She was among the others who had come to present their offerings at the temple treasury.  Others had more than her; many gave more as well.  Yet,  Jesus was there watching,...observing.   He saw the rich give much.    He saw … Continue reading Being Generous With The Little You Have

Lessons from Dad

I decided to repost this knowing that it appeared on the blog just about a year ago.  Stories of forgiveness and redemption never grow old. Father's Day comes and goes each year.  It's one of those bittersweet days.  I love to celebrate my husband and the wonderful dad that he is to our boys.  Yet, … Continue reading Lessons from Dad

The Night God Arrived For Dinner

It was nearly dinner time.  For the first time ever, I wasn't sure what I was going to serve for dinner.  It wasn't for a lack of inspiration or that I hadn't planned, it was because my pantry was nearly bare, my refrigerator was just about empty, and my freezer was a vacant wasteland.  I … Continue reading The Night God Arrived For Dinner

Beautiful Words and Dirty Laundry

It was just a few hours before they would arrive for dinner.  A family from church would be coming over.  They had never been to our home before.  I honestly was a little stressed, as I typically am before guests arrive.  My house is not fancy or big or full of Pottery Barn decor.  I, … Continue reading Beautiful Words and Dirty Laundry