Hope During Early Pregnancy Loss

This past Saturday evening through early Sunday morning I experienced a miscarriage.  This pregnancy was definitely off my radar since I am still breastfeeding my youngest child.  Only my husband knew about the pregnancy until the miscarriage took place because I felt like something wasn't quite right.  I never experienced pregnancy symptoms.  I hadn't yet visited a doctor. … Continue reading Hope During Early Pregnancy Loss

10 Reasons Christians Should Consider Homeschooling

Our family has homeschooled since my oldest daughter was three.  She is now thirteen, and we are still going strong!  I would like to share ten amazing benefits of homeschooling with you today. 10.  Statistically speaking, our children will score higher on standardized tests. My childen usually score much higher than average on these tests, even in subjects … Continue reading 10 Reasons Christians Should Consider Homeschooling

Modesty and Jesus. Does He Really Care About What You Wear?

Modesty and Jesus.  These are two words that we normally do not use in the same sentence.  Jesus really doesn't care about what we wear, right?  Are outward appearances really that important? First a little background concerning who we are in Christ... Once we were totally lost in sin, without any hope.  Now as Christian ladies, we … Continue reading Modesty and Jesus. Does He Really Care About What You Wear?

The Inspirational Ministry of John Barros

John Barros ministers full time outside of the Orlando Women's Center.  He shares the gospel with abortion-minded women.  Please take a moment to watch this short video about his ministry. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=L37FfyAbZvc My family doesn't live nearby an abortion clinic, but I still feel the need to do more than I do now.  If you do … Continue reading The Inspirational Ministry of John Barros

Complaining Christian Mothers and the “Real” Factor

Lately there has been a trend in the blogging world that I find quite disturbing. I've noticed article after article encouraging mothers to be "real," while justifying all out complain-fests about one's children. Not surprisingly, these articles are completely void of scripture references. "It's okay to not always enjoy being a mother." "It's okay to … Continue reading Complaining Christian Mothers and the “Real” Factor