Have you ever felt like you were on a wilderness journey? I know I have. Whether the journey is in regards to our faith, our marriage, or our children, sometimes the Lord makes a dramatic change in our lives to shift our thinking. This happened to my family when we moved to South Carolina briefly … Continue reading Our Wilderness Journey
Not too long ago, there has been an internet controversy involving John MacArthur and Beth Moore. When asked to give his short, gut reaction to the name Beth Moore, MacArthur said "Go home," during a recent conference. This response has been met with outrage amongst mainstream Christians. Many of those who agree with MacArthur respond … Continue reading Should Beth Moore Go Home?
When I wake up each morning, I usually sigh with happiness. A little girl is snuggled into my side and I look to my left and see my "It is Well" print hanging on the wall. The day seems to just be bursting with possibilities within my home. I have children to love on and … Continue reading Each Day is a Gift
Reformation Day is just around the corner. Up until about a year ago, I thought it was a meaningful celebration which added value to our home. I did not use Reformation Day to replace Halloween (they both occur on October 31st), but I did think this was a nice day to learn about the Protestant Reformation. We … Continue reading Why We No Longer Celebrate Reformation Day
You know, sometimes I think I have this "mom" thing all figured out. My oldest daughter is eighteen, and I have eight children. In many respects I can say, "Been there, done that." I've seen a lot throughout the years. But in full disclosure, without the Lord I don't know what I'm doing. Each child … Continue reading Humility: A Wife and Mother’s Secret Weapon