Category Archives: Gospel-Centered Parenting
We were grafted in, to a family with a Father so different from our own sinful selves. At first, we speak a different language, have very different behavior patterns, and we certainly don’t look like Him. Over time, as we … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I mentioned that Ann Voskamp’s Jesse Tree Advent Celebration Book was out of print. Well, I have great news! Not only is it back in print, but Ann and her family are graciously offering it to … Continue reading
I laughed watching this tonight and wanted to share it. Isn’t she cute??? Tara’s glasses from kelly on Vimeo.
I’ve been terribly inconsistent with posting good posts/articles from around the web each week–forgive me! I hope you’ll glean something from these this weekend. The Amazing Grace of God – Watch until the end. I promise you’ll at least be … Continue reading
My thoughts have already been skipping ahead to the warming scents of Christmas foods and the music that begins playing in our home just after Thanksgiving. It’s already time to be thinking ahead to the Christmas season! It’s just around … Continue reading
I want to share this wonderful blog post by Sally Clarkson, titled, “Creating a Life Plan with Intentionality.” Hands down, Mrs. Clarkson is my favorite author on the subject of motherhood, thus far.
I’m excited for you to hear from Sara, of Every Bitter Thing is Sweet today! It is a privilege to have her contributing, and if you take some time to peruse her own blog, you’ll quickly learn why I think … Continue reading
Ladies, if you have not popped over to Raising Homemakers yet, you must! You will be encouraged and inspired beyond belief by these women who write about raising daughters to be homemakers. Today, one of my favorite bloggers, Laura of … Continue reading
We’re about 1/4 of the way through our series, 12 Steps to a Nourishing Diet. But, I have wanted to interject other posts in the midst there are things on my mind! I’ve always done weekend reading, the best posts … Continue reading
As I consider the very important role of mothering that lies ahead of me today, I’m in tears. In many ways, I feel so inadequate to complete this grand task of shepherding my children to the heart of God.