30 Days of Prayer for the New School Year
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30 Days of Prayer for the New School Year

It’s hard to believe it, but it’s time to head back for another year in the classroom and to pray bold prayers for the new school year. While it’s time to gather the school supplies and to start thinking through your morning routine, there’s an even bigger calling on every parent sending a child off…

10 Ways to Have a Strong Family Bond
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10 Ways to Have a Strong Family Bond

It was a rushed and hurried afternoon. Playing the role of the frazzled mom, I had precious little time to finish the laundry before starting dinner.  Yet despite my growing to-do list, my littles begged for entertainment and crafts. Honestly, I wish I could say I rose above the distractions that vied for my attention….

4 Simple Ways to Teach Your Kids About God Through Nature
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4 Simple Ways to Teach Your Kids About God Through Nature

One of our greatest blessings as mothers is the privilege to teach our children about God. It’s a weighty blessing — one that we are constantly wondering and questioning if we are getting “right.” So we teach them the Bible stories, reinforce the “reason for the season” each holiday, pray diligently for their little hearts,…

10 Ways to Connect with Your Family When Life is Busy
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10 Ways to Connect with Your Family When Life is Busy

I often wish that the pace of life would slow a little, but have come to accept that the modern family has to make an effort to stay connected and to intentionally guard family relationships from the busyness of this world. Between sports, church, work, friendships, and time spent on social media,  it seems as…

Mom’s Back-to-School Printable Pack
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Mom’s Back-to-School Printable Pack

As we celebrate the close of summer, I am amazed how these days have flown by!  While we’ve had wonderful family times together and I’ve snapped enough pictures to clog an entire iPhone, I think I am ready to head back-to-school and have a set routine again. My kids crave routine, too! As I’ve thought…