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Encouraging Bible Verses Mothers Day {Freebie}

Encouraging Bible Verses Mothers Day {Freebie}

The last few years have been tough on all of us, especially when we stay at home, educating our kids. That’s why I’m excited to share my favorite encouraging Bible verses Mothers Day. When I look back on the past several years, I’m reminded of walking through hard times, such as: The unknown. Overwhelm, even… Continue Reading

St Patricks Day Writing Prompts

Keeping your children engaged in school come March becomes increasingly difficult as the weather warms up and the birds start singing outside and Spring break disrupts the routine. It’s so close to the end of the school year that children start getting easily distracted and unmotivated. Using thematic material such as these St Patricks Day… Continue Reading

O Come, O Come Emmanuel

It’s seven days from Christmas, so let’s look at the Christmas carol, O Come, O Come Emmanuel. Although this is my favorite Christmas carol, that’s not why I think your family should sing it this week. O Come, O Come Emmanuel is probably one of the oldest carols we sing, dating back to the 800’s… Continue Reading

Handprint Ornaments & FREE Printable

Handprint Ornaments & FREE Printable

When I look up from my desk, I see Hunter’s handprint as a toddler. What  wonderful memories I have. I can’t believe he was that small.  How about making wonderful memories every year by making Christmas handprint ornaments each year? I have a few handprint ornaments, but wish I had made a handprint ornament every… Continue Reading

Gratitude Wall

Gratitude Wall

It’s November, the month of Thanksgiving. All of a sudden, we feel the need to teach our kids to be thankful. When, in fact, we should be  teaching gratitude all year long. We should be modeling gratitude every single day. One easy way to remember to teach thankfulness is with a gratitude wall. Let’s look… Continue Reading

Thanksgiving Bible Lesson

Thanksgiving Bible Lesson

November is here and time to focus on gratitude. Why not turn to the ultimate source with a Thanksgiving Bible lesson? It’s the perfect time to turn our hearts to God and thank HIM for all we have. Plus, we need to thank God for the ultimate gift: His Son, Jesus, at Christmas. Giving thanks… Continue Reading

Gratitude Challenge 2021

Gratitude Challenge 2021

It’s that time of year again … time for our 30 Day Gratitude Challenge and getting ready for the holidays and focus on gratitude with our family. This is my 8th year to publish our Thanksgiving Series and you’re going to love it. I am privileged to have awesome bloggers that will offer help to… Continue Reading

How to Stop Stress & Find Joy

How to Stop Stress & Find Joy

Thanksgiving is upon us and Christmas is right around the corner. I don’t know about you, but it is so easy to be overwhelmed … with more stress and less joy. Exactly the opposite of what I want. I want to know how to stop stress during the holidays. And I think you feel it… Continue Reading

5 Tips to Encourage Kids in the Bible This Summer

5 Tips to Encourage Kids in the Bible This Summer

Do you struggle to find a balance with homeschooling, spiritual life, family life, husband, baby, personal time, extra curricular activities, and the keeping up with the home? Do you need help being consistent, intentional and motivated to share the Bible with your kids daily? Are you unsure how to get started teaching the Bible to… Continue Reading

How to Encourage Good Behavior

How’s it going around your house? Are your kids an example of good behavior? Or, do they need an attitude adjustment. Last month, I asked you what causes the biggest drama in your life. Many of you mentioned your kids attitude or lack of motivation or other character issues. I addressed the mom-specific concerns in… Continue Reading