I sit at the kitchen table where my computer barely has room. Around me are two cups half full, and empty box of raisins, two bottles of men’s shampoo/body wash (how random!), a potato peeler, a coupon, an empty sandwich bag, and the latest book on cd I’ve been listening to while I work in… Continue reading Blessing Boosters Part 1: Life is Short; Kids are Eternal
I first recognized this power when I was in college. I really wanted to establish a regular Bible reading time in the mornings. I was in a discipleship group that used the Navigator’s material called, The Colossians 2:7 series which emphasized the importance of the spiritual disciplines. Throughout the course we were challenged to accomplish… Continue reading The Power of Getting Back Up Again
Has this ever happened to you? Ten minutes into the sermon a number flashes up on the screen. You recognize it as your two year old’s children’s church identification number. Several things go through your mind as you rustle through your purse looking for your matching i.d. card. “Maybe Jason should go this time. Oh… Continue reading Burden Builder #3: Identity Issues
Hi friends. I’m just posting to say that due to my own little .5 incline (read about it here if this makes no sense to you). I’m not going to writing any new posts this week. If you came to the party late, here are the links to my posts so far, and don’t forget… Continue reading A Little .5 Incline of my Own
There are many moms experiencing a tremendous amount of guilt and anxiety over their feelings for one of their children. We dearly love our kids, but maybe you have a problem child. Maybe you have a socially awkward child. Maybe you have a child who is just like you or not like you at all,… Continue reading Burden Builder #2: comparison…again!
Anyone who doesn’t think women are as competitive as men has never been to a preschool playgroup. We already talked yesterday about our ranking system with one another, but we have another ranking system with regard to our children. Are they normal? Are they bright? Are they godly? Are they winsome? Do they fit in?… Continue reading Burden Builder #2: Comparison part b