Full-Fat Tea
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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.

scripture prayer for moms--wellofaith.com
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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.

homeschool from the heart
education, encouragement, Homeschooling, Motherhood, My Walk, Parenting, The Kiddos, The Kiddos, Wisdom

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.

I Plant My Roots in Jesus
God's love, Military Life, Motherhood, My Walk, Wisdom

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.

The Power of a Praying Spouse--WellOFaith
Marriage, Military Life, My Walk, Relationships, Self Care

The Power of a Praying Spouse

Our marriage hasn't been easy, and there were plenty of times early on when we could have turned our backs and moved on without each other, but we didn't. We also knew that in order to keep moving forward we needed to start actively being part of each other's lives. We needed to commit to doing something together that would bring us closer. Not just to each other, but to the LORD as well.

Motherhood, My Walk, Parenting, Scripture Memorization

Our Family’s Bible Verses: 2017

We prayerfully decided to choose two verses for our family to not only memorize, but to truly take to heart. The Lord wants us to place His words on our hearts and carry them with us--remembering them and truly understanding them.

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New Year 2016: 366 Days of Blessings

This is the first time in months I've had any desire to write. I fell off the blogging wagon, and when I fall off something I don't just slip off. Instead I'm as graceful as a ballerina with two left feet and a club leg. I swan dive off that wagon, get my toe caught on the edge and end up belly flopping down a rocky embankment, landing with a gooey splash in the slimy remnants of a paper mill's runoff.

college, debt, education, encouragement, Faith, journalism, Motherhood, My Walk, Parenting, The Kiddos, Wisdom

What’s My Calling?

Recently I've been thinking about what I'm meant to do with my life. I'm almost finished with my journalism degree (finally!), but I don't know where I'm supposed to go from here. I've got massive student loan debt hanging over my head (and honestly, my husband's head since I stay home and teach our children and he goes to work every day, bending to the ever changing will of his employer--the USMC).

Faith, Fellowship, My One Word, My Walk

Heal My Heart, LORD

On January 31, 2015, my father passed away. In the last few months he had become someone I didn't recognize--the man with strong convictions and an analytic mind had disappeared. In his place was someone who was angry, and emotional. In all my years growing up I can count on one hand the number of… Continue reading Heal My Heart, LORD