If there is one, single message I want my kids to receive in their early years about God, it is this; God loves you no matter what! He loves you when you are at your best and he loves you when you are at your worst. He is there to talk to during times that you are happy and when you feel low. His love is unconditional! Here are three simple activities we used with our … [Read more...] about Teaching Kids About God’s Unconditional Love – 3 Easy and Inexpensive Activities
Don't Go To Bed Angry Stay Up and Fight My husband and I have been married for seven years. We've endured the typical stresses of married life; moving houses, changing jobs, and having kids. We've also had to learn to cope with great personal tragedy and loss. Yet, my marriage is stronger than ever and my husband and I make decisions together and for the family. If you ask me … [Read more...] about Don’t Go to Bed Angry – Stay Up and Fight (Book Review and Giveaway)
Experience God is a Christian based religious preschool program from Mother Goose Time. The program can be used separately or in combination with their basic packaged curriculum. Experience God has a new release each month and the topic compliments the main theme for the month. For example, "God is Everywhere," described in this post, accompanied the "Going on Safari" boxed … [Read more...] about Daniel in the Lion’s Den with Experience God
Reading the bible is an important, but daunting task. This is especially true for children. Yet, spending time praying and reflecting on the Message is one of the most important tasks we are called to by God as Christians. As parents, it is our responsibility to guide them in this task. Make sure to scroll down and enter to win your very own copy … [Read more...] about Parents, Are You a Fan of “Jesus Calling?” I Have Something For You!
My mother-in-law strove to be a Godly woman. Like all of us she fought her own earthly battles. She was haunted by an extreme attachment to possessions that resulted in hoarding, an illness that led to numerous arguments and a mighty mess at her death. She also had great difficulty accepting the choices of others that did not fit her master plan. She and I never had an easy … [Read more...] about How to Forgive When You Can’t Forget