I can hardly sleep I'm so excited. This evening at sundown marks the beginning of The Feast of Tabernacles (or Sukkot)! No, we are not Jewish. My husband was brought up in the Southern Baptist church, and my background consists of a mix of Catholicism, a Pentecostal-like environment, and a more contemporary church. I became… Continue reading Choosing the Old Path – Thoughts about the Feast of Tabernacles
Since we've been discussing traditions this month, I thought it might be fun to put together a Family Tradition Printable Pack for y'all. This pack is absolutely free. A page for each month is included, but of course feel free to print out as many pages as you would like. This is a place for… Continue reading FREE Family Tradition Notebook Printable Pack
When we decide to implement traditions in our homes, what should we look for? Last week, we discussed that considering God and His Word before deciding on which traditions to pursue was the single most important factor to consider. Besides this, what else is there? Well, there are a number of things that we should look… Continue reading Creating Meaningful Family Traditions in Your Home Part 3- What to Look for in Traditions
Read Part 1 in this series here. Family traditions are a beautiful way to instill memories, and even values into our children. I'm so excited to begin digging deeper into this topic as the holiday season is growing near. I can imagine now all of the fun we will have with our families! But first,… Continue reading Creating Meaningful Family Traditions in Your Home Part 2 – Giving Your Traditions to God
It's October, and the holidays are right around the corner! While I'm sure this brings a smile to some of your faces, simultaneously a collective sigh can be heard from mothers around the world. Along with the holiday season comes commitments. Sometimes these commitments seem stifling, and they interfere with our family time. Are all… Continue reading Creating Meaningful Family Traditions in Your Home Part 1
"How sweet are Your words to my taste! Yes, sweeter than honey to my mouth!" Psalm 119:103 Last week, our family celebrated The Feast of Tabernacles, otherwise known as Sukkot, in our home for Christ. It was a beautiful time of celebrating Christ's birth. On the ninth day after The Feast of Tabernacles began, is… Continue reading A Christian Simchat Torah Celebration – A Time of Rejoicing in God’s Word!