March On!

March On!

By Angie Wilson At one time or another, we have all known the painstaking reality of weariness. Whether it be sleepless nights of infancy, tantrums of the toddler years, ups and downs of teenage days or even a heavy heart for adult children, weariness is an all too...

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What Matters Most

What Matters Most

By Erin Mullen  What matters most? Is there truly one answer to that question? As a mom, I feel that I could make an endless list of things that matter most. Everything must be done. Now. Immediately. And with perfection.  Prioritizing the things I do and how I spend...

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Dear Mama

By Jodie Frye Dear Mama of a Middle Schooler, These years. Oh these years. They are like one long draft of awkward, fragmented, and blank-stare  sentences that some-miraculous-how come together in the end. Just the other day mine came home, devastated. Angry. Hurt....

Prepare Yourself

By Leslie Hollowell As a mom, I’ve discovered that answering questions is inevitably a part of my job description; especially, the questions that begin with “why.” Some days I’m pretty sure if I tallied up the number of questions my six year old asked me, it could...

Self-Care and Hungry Souls

By Lee Stewart I always think of the King James Version of the Bible as the high-brow version, but there’s one verse in there that fascinates me because it seems like it’s trying to be funny. Proverbs 11:25 says, “The liberal soul shall be made fat.” And I picture...

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