Soggy Toast

Soggy Toast

It was a Tuesday morning and I was sitting in our kitchen at our breakfast table. My children were playing in their rooms together nearby, my food was cold in front of me after an hour of trying to get a chance to eat it, my blue coffee mug was empty from attempts to...
No More Fear!

No More Fear!

My baby girl is having a baby girl! I attended two baby showers for her this weekend. She was gifted with all things pink and we had a wonderful celebration. She and her husband have painted and set up furniture for a nursery and they have been given books and lots of...
You Taught Me to Dance

You Taught Me to Dance

by Bethany Golding “a time to weep and a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance” Ecclesiastes 3:4 My babies, As I write this letter to you, you are beginning the first day of your new school year. I am about two months away from giving birth to my first...
Sharpening God’s Arrows

Sharpening God’s Arrows

When my husband and I got married in January of 2002, we had no idea what God had in store for us. 1 Corinthians 2:9 is my life verse because my mind could have never imagined the plans God had for me!  Things which eye has not seen and ear has not heard, And which...

When Motherhood Feels Thankless

What is it with us and awards, recognition and honor? We happen to be a part of a profession, called motherhood, that doesn’t give out plaques, accolades or company incentives. Being a mom can be a pretty thankless job. Yes, we teach our children to have manners...

When You Need More Than Flowers & Chocolate

Hopefully the day after Mother’s Day finds you to be a happy, well-loved, content momma who is confident in her God-given role of raising and shaping the character of your little people. Truth be told, on the regular days of the year, I’m a little skeptical of my own...

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