We need to figure out how to get into people’s lives enough to know their personal needs, so we can share the personal good news they’ll find most compelling.
As you guard your children’s hearts on that journey with them, you will as a follower of Christ open their eyes to life that will never end. That’s the ultimate joy of lifegiving parenting.
As my sophomore novel, The Hidden Side, is introduced to the world, I can’t help but think how it changed me more than any novel I’ve ever written. I think this is good.
What is it you need to do now? What in your life needs to change? Whenever we step out in faith, we become like the man in the arena.
How do we do friendship well in the midst of intense parenting years? How do we hold one another up when we barely have the energy to fall into bed at the end of the day?
Each week in the month of May we will be featurin
Do you trust God to take care of the outcomes or do you pretend as if you control such things? Bunker dwellers try to control. Those in no man’s land trust and obey.
Wedding season has begun and you may know a bride, be a bride, or see a bride. Help her (or yourself) to plan the day to go as seamlessly as possible with this day-of checklist for brides.
There is something very true in human relationships: More of the same never brings change.
by John Trent, author of The Language of Love
“We don’t talk anymore!”
“That’s ridiculous!” I (John) said.
Every week in the month of May we will be featuring an article on Grace-Filled Motherhood. To see the full series, click HERE.
by Heidi St.