How the Military Strengthened My Faith--wellofaith.com
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How the Military Life Strengthened My Faith in God

The second time he deployed, our eldest was a toddler, and that changed everything. His absence was no longer only affecting me, but was affecting a little girl who didn't understand why her daddy wasn't home to tuck her in.

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Scripture Prayer for Moms–Sunday, August 18, 2019 [3×5 Scripture Printable]

Whatever your week holds for you and your family, remember God loves us regardless of what gets checked off our to-do lists.

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Becoming a Woman of the Word: A Journey Through the Bible

Then take a breath, and say hello to the only one who has loved you without ceasing since before you were born.

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Scripture Prayer for Moms–Sunday August 11, 2019 With Printable 3×5 Scripture Art

To that end, I've decided I need a focused plan for keeping more connected to God before joining in fellowship with others at church.

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Homeschooling From the Heart Not Just a Curriculum

The most important thing to remember is that we're teaching young people to learn. To experience life. We must teach the whole child. Not just parts. This means knowing their hearts, and knowing ours.

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Five Ways to Practice Mindfulness (Without Putting Yourself in Seclusion)

Our society today applauds those who can multi-task. The truth is, however, that no one really can focus on more than one thing at a time. Something always gets dropped or lost in the constant shuffling between tasks.

The Words We Use-- wellofaith.com
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The Words We Use

I swore I would never treat my children the way my siblings and I were treated when we were growing up. I swore my kids would never have a reason to question whether they are loved.

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To the Mother Who Struggles with Patience

Having four children, three of them under six, hasn't magically morphed me into Mary Poppins either. If anything, motherhood seems to have pushed me even further into territory more fitting of Batman than a loving Christian mother.

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That Time As A Teen When I Was A Perfect Parent

When I was still a perfect parent--living under my parents' roof, wearing clothes they bought for me, talking on the phone (a landline!) they paid for; I swore I would never treat my children the way my parents treated me. I wouldn't keep my children from doing what they wanted, make them do chores, or tell them no. I would be different. I'd understand them, and treat them with "respect".

I Plant My Roots in Jesus
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I Plant My Roots in Jesus

People Always Look for Roots Either we want to set down roots, find our roots, or cover our roots with dye. Roots, like people, come in many shapes, sizes, and styles. Some are small, delicate, and easily damaged; others are larger, stronger, and withstand the passage of time and the inevitable battles that come along with life. I am human. A small, delicate root that would break off if I wasn't attached to another, more substantial one. Jesus. His strength, unfailing love, and grace, build me up when I would otherwise break.