We love the innocence of little children. They see the world through fresh eyes, laugh easily, dance without feeling embarrassed. Being around them even helps us to see the world differently. Many summers ago, a little girl was visiting our family and playing outside when it started to rain. Hard. We all ran for shelter. […]
All of us will find ourselves in some kind of unintended journey with our kids. Navigating these difficulties is not easy, but there are principles I’ve learned that have been really helpful along the way.
Somewhere amidst the clamor of a Sunday morning, a girl walked into our dining room.
Fear acts like a friend, making promises, but taking prisoners.
Where do I resist the digital age because it’s bad and where do I resist it because it’s different?
Every parent has dreams for their children and expectations for how life is going to go. Rarely does it go that way. I remember God saying to me, “I am writing a story for your children that you wouldn’t write.” I knew that meant that they would experience pain, suffering, and disappointment. As a mom, […]