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Why I Thank God for Closed Doors

Too often, we suspect that great riches hide behind all those closed doors; we imagine that God is withholding the best. But that's not who God is.

Does God Care How Much We Give?

How would my life change if I actually thought of each person I came into contact with as Christ—the person driving painfully slow in front of me, the checker at the grocery store who seems more interested in chatting than ringing up my items, the member of my own family with whom I can’t seem to have a conversation and not get annoyed?

The Top 6 Warning Signs You are Dating Mr. Wrong

I want to focus on the warning signs that single ladies often ignore in their pursuit to find that Mr. Right. Consequently, they become knee-deep in love, throwing every caution to the wind, with Mr. Wrong! So….here are the top warning signs you are dating Mr. Wrong (or have a friend who is)...

7 Practical Ways to be a More Patient Parent

Be slow to speak. Be quick to listen. Be slow to get angry. It’s so counter-intuitive, but this is what God prescribes for us as parents.

Here are some lessons we’ve learned to help us ensure that we aren’t sowing seeds of anger, but seeds of patience into the lives of our children.

How to Plan for a Future Vacation

After a long year stuck at home, now may be the perfect time to start thinking about a family vacation! Consider these tips for planning a future trip – even if you’re not certain exactly when you’ll take it.

7 Things to Do When Your Faith is Tested

In a single day, in moments, our lives can change forever.  During weeks of trials and tribulations I am beyond grateful that God provides hope. And through this faith test, I’ve learned 7 strategies to mitigate my fear and sense of hopelessness...

Unleash Your Inner Home Chef

With many Americans staying home, the pressure is on to maintain fun and variety in the kitchen, so meals don’t get boring. Here are some fun tips to add a little diversity to your family’s daily menu!

5 Fun, Educational Summer Activities for Kids

Summer may be a break from formal education, but keeping kids excited about learning can be an easy way to keep them active and engaged instead of zoned out on screen time. Here are some ways to encourage your kids to keep learning while school is out with these fun and educational summer activities.

How We Are Saving Over $2600 Per Year By Not Eating Out

The average American family eats out several times per week — which is something people tend to underestimate until they really examine the numbers.
Here are some things that have helped us to significantly lower our eating out budget!

What to Do When You Feel Like a Horrible Mother

Do you ever find yourself thinking What did I do wrong?  Many of our insecurities about parenting surface because we find ourselves in a situation that is new or different, or that we haven't yet walked through.

So here's some perspective to help give you some confidence to get through....

Healthy Morning Habits To Help You Have A Great Day

Even if you aren’t a morning person, you can still gave a great morning that’ll jump start a great day. These healthy morning habits are simple enough that if you do them on occasion, you’ll feel the difference and want to do them again.

For Those Who Are Battle-Weary: Prayer and Reminders of Hope

Some days get hard. We feel exhausted. Worn. Tired of fighting. About ready to give up. Feeling like we can’t go on. The enemy seems to be hot on our trail. And we wonder if we’ve been left on our own.

For those who are battle-weary, here's some real hope for you this day…

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