There’s something approachable and winsome about somebody who has the bravery to publicly look at one’s self, laugh, see the faults, work on what’s workable, and learn from what’s done. A nice lady had the courage to write a post about the things she wished she had done differently as she looked back over many […]
How you choose to feed your baby is not a spiritual issue, but because a number of folks try to make it so, a good reminder is helpful now and then. Nancy Wilson gives a great response on her blog. Wisdom is the principal thing. Get wisdom!
I’m trying to follow through with my goals from several months ago, so yesterday during breakfast, I read Isaiah 6:3 to the children as they ate. We’ll talk about this verse all week. I decided not to do it before we prayed for our food, because it seems like all they’re thinking about at that […]
A year or so ago a friend mentioned that she couldn’t think of anything that she and her husband had done wrong in rearing their children thus far (her oldest was eight years old). I remember thinking, “That is only because her children are so young” but was chagrined to realize that I had the […]