I inhaled slowly as my forehead rested on the table. Just moments earlier, my oldest child rolled her eyes and stomped off yet again. My patience was wearing thin. I have recently moved into a new season: parenting a preteen. My little girl is turning into a young lady. It's evident in many ways. ... Read More about Four Key Components To Shaping Your Daughter’s Heart
The refreshing breeze blew softly against my warm skin. The mixture of blue and green hues created the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable morning. On Blue Mountain in Jamaica, a dozen children instantly surrounded me. Several girls grabbed my hand and pulled me in one direction. I peeked at ... Read More about Showing God’s Love to a Hurting World
I walked into my local hobby store on a cloudy afternoon. The bright lights and pops of color sparked my creativity. Without a doubt, I was born to create. I glanced around the store I had once visited several times a week. My senses came alive. I decided to browse quickly through the current ... Read More about Waiting on God When You’re in a Season of Preparation
Are you dreaming big enough? Or have your passions taken a backseat to your daily responsibilities? A few years ago, I found myself very content with my situation. My family and I had established a good routine, and our schedules ran smoothly. I was content. Nothing needed to be messed with. Or ... Read More about Are You Dreaming Big Enough?
On a steamy summer day, my oldest daughter plunged down an inflatable water slide. Her giggles ceased as she came off the slide holding her hand in pain. At first glance, her finger appeared jammed. No big deal. We didn't rush to the doctors. But after a few days of examining a crooked, sore finger, ... Read More about What A Broken Finger Taught Me About The Cross