Aprons . . . and Patience

Sometimes the “easiest” tasks can try our patience, but our children learn what we model. If they see us struggling, and then practicing patience, so will they.

A Journey to Motherhood

I wasn’t sure I wanted to be a mother. But for all of my fear and trepidation, motherhood has not robbed me of anything valuable. It has given me more than I ever imagined.

On Saying, “Thank You.”

In today’s society sending thank you notes—or just saying “thank you”—is no longer the norm. Let’s express our thanks to others and to God for His blessings.

To Us a Son is Given

A beautiful reminder that God, in the form of a tiny baby, came down to earth and dwelt among us as Immanuel … God with us.

The Gentle Mothers of Christmas

Although Mary and Elizabeth both spent their lives performing the humblest of domestic tasks, their lives resulted in high praise from God.


Teaching our children to give thanks is something we strive to do and it’s something most of would like to improve on ourselves. Let’s purpose to be intentional in teaching, modeling, and recording our thankfulness.