Andrea Chatelain’s 3-2-1-0 Kids’Prayer Technique is a simple and affective way to deepen your child’s faith and trust in God.
What if we weren’t tired of Psalm 139. What if we took it’s divine truth and accepted it for our kids this fall? Let me show you what happens when we do.
Anyone else feel like all plans are in the trash and instead uncertainty looms all around? I can so relate with my guest blogger today, Barbara Shippy from Simquily Magazine. She’s gone through hard seasons of discouragement and came out the other side to share her wisdom with us. I thank her for writing toContinue reading “Accepting God’s Good plans When Life Doesn’t Go Our Way”
There’s a new online magazine out there called Simquily.com, and it’s fabulous! “Instead of reacting and doing damage control when chaos hits, did you know you can preemptively claim your day’s tranquility?” Read more from the article I contributed called Finding Solace in the Chaos of Everyday Life to this month’s issue. There’s a plethoraContinue reading “A New Magazine: Simquily”
On a scale of loving your mandated home-time, to get me the heck out of here, how are you my friend? Not gonna lie, we’ve had ups and downs. Music parties and meltdowns. Banana bread smiles and bedtime tantrums. But surprisingly, more often than not, we’re faring well with our solitary life. As I ponderContinue reading “5 ways to Gracefully Quarantine”
I see you. I know how helpless you feel as you watch your kid unravel in worry and fear. I know the loneliness that comes when other parents seem to have it so easy. When simple things turn into big issues real fast. Then you aren’t sure how to turn the day back around. It’sContinue reading “Equipping your Anxious Kid to Overcome”
I’m so thankful my fellow writer, Jessica Brodie, wrote this piece for Glory-Be today. It validates the invisible struggle so many of us are fighting for our kids. I pray it encourages you today. -Andrea Caregivers of Kids with Invisible Illnesses By Jessica Brodie I have a child with mental illness—debilitating anxiety and depressionContinue reading “Caregivers of Kids with Invisible Illnesses”
My pride can get in the way of my love—to others and to Christ. Though I long to be one who continually gives of herself, without expecting anything in return or caring how I’m perceived, too often my insecurities overshadow my obedience. I lead my church’s single moms group, and like most ministries, we haveContinue reading “Humbly Serving out of Love for Christ – Guest blog by Jennifer Slattery”
I’m in HOLIDAY mode! But let’s face it, our actual holidays don’t always mimic Hallmark movies. Expectations, finances, hope, joy, sorrow, and where Jesus meets us in it all. Alexandra Kuykendall shared some practical and soulful insights during a video interview last season centered on her book, “Loving my Actual Christmas”. I HIGHLY recommend thisContinue reading “Loving my Actual Christmas”
500 decisions a day. I read somewhere that’s how many little choices a teacher makes and why they’re so tired. Motherhood is a whole lotta teaching. And even more second-guessing. I guarantee that you wondered, regretted, feared, or worried last week, if not today, that your way of momming was wrong. Me too. I heardContinue reading “You’re doing it all right, mom”