This is a question I am asked often so I decided to share before feelings on this subject run high in the Fall. As Christians, there are reasons our family does not celebrate Halloween. LIGHT AND DARKNESS Every Fall I find myself sitting around a table discussing a shared love: God’s Word. New Christians and... Continue Reading →
The stay at home order has us all going through the various stages. Shock. Adjustment. Rhythm. And now? Endurance. While the end of the tunnel can be seen for some, for others tensions continue to rise. We are in a stage of endurance when we strain and feel the full weight of the burden and... Continue Reading →
Social distancing means the community that was once outside the walls of our home, is now entirely within. This brings us closer as a family physically and relationally, but exposes weaknesses as well. What to do with them?
Family living room worship? ... It seemed like we stumbled into a more beautiful realm of practicing faith as a family.
Are the kids fighting all the time? This childhood struggle is the source of the many scars we wear today as adults. Let's navigate the inevitable and train our children to be compassionate.
When our structure shifts, return to the basics. We have the perfect opportunity to teach Christlike, generous and community-centered values to our children.
We forgive and we restore. But what if the person continues the same hurtful things as before? We are called for forgive, but not live painful patterns. Be wise and use boundaries.