The bestselling God Bless You and Good Night has sold more than a quarter of a million copies as a board book, and this beautiful expanded picture book will make a perfect gift for families.
Adenomyosis. What the heck is that? That was my first thought. I mean...being 39, at this point, I feel like most of us have heard of endometriosis. But...adenomyosis?
My family was hosted by Feld Entertainment to enjoy Monster Jam and give our honest opinion. In full disclosure, the following review reflects my husband’s and son's responses rather than my own (except vicariously) as I was unable to attend due to a bout of pneumonia. Monster Jam was a total blast for my family… Continue reading Review: Monster Jam
By page 10, I was choked up because Jensen reminds even the youngest of minds that Easter is all about what Christ did and how He gives us "a brand-new start."
Understanding the Bible can be challenging at best and discouraging at the worst. It's frustrating when you want to know more about God, be a better person, have a better life, and yet you can't understand the manual. If you feel that way - or know someone that may feel that way - this post is for you!
Do your inquisitive children drive you nuts with questions? Do they ask you questions that would never even pop in your mind when you were their age? Do you find that it gets even more frustrating and stressful when their questions are about extremely important things such as God? This may very well be the book for you!
Start this 6 part series HERE or refresh yourself on the last article. When I taught children a lot more than I do now, I used to often say, “God sends them to us perfect. It’s our job not to screw them up.” So, when parents tell me things such as… “My kiddo was just… Continue reading When Church Goes Wrong: who’s fault is it?
Begin this six-part series HERE or refresh yourself on the last part. Then we encountered something God knew we needed - a group of people that just wanted to love my son. Even though my husband still did his leadership gig at “the big church” - and still does - we began attending at a… Continue reading When Children’s Church Goes Wrong: who’s fault is it? (5 of 6)
This is part 4 of a 6 part series entitled When Children's Church Goes Wrong: who's fault is it? Start HERE at the beginning or refresh yourself on the last post. When my son was three, we attended a church that was pastored by someone who went to Bible college with a great Pastor-friend of… Continue reading When Children’s Church Goes Wrong: who’s fault is it? (4 of 6)
This is part 3 of 6 of When Children's Church Goes Wrong: who's fault is it? Begin this subject HERE or revisit the LAST POST. NO! No, I did not do that. You know why I didn't kick that child out of my class? Because you don’t teach a child by removing them from the classroom.… Continue reading When Children’s Church Goes Wrong: who’s fault is it (3 of 6)