What? Me? Wait?

What? Me? Wait?

Ever fall into the thought pattern of “everybody else is getting ahead of me”?  I’m thinking this must be an eternal temptation women encounter, no matter their occupation.  Stay-at-home gals sometime think the workaday ladies have it all together and certainly receive more affirmation and attention for their work.  Working women often times view the [continue reading…]

What is a Prayer?

What is a prayer

  Prayer.  What is a prayer?A word?  A thought?  An emotion?  A whim?Why pray?  Why this day?Why does our nation take time to pray more on this day than any other?Our nation needs prayer all the time.  A Christian nation?  I think not.Do we want one?  Sure…in theory.But are we ready for what a Christian [continue reading…]

Prepare Your Child for BIG Church with a Bagabook

Prepare Your Child for Big Church with a Bagabook

Peanut is old enough now to transition from children’s church to “big” church.  While she has been bringing her bag of coloring books, crayons, and silly putty for some time, she really hasn’t made the transition to participating in the church service.  Thus, what transpired into an early Easter present to help her make the [continue reading…]

6 Steps to a Family Devotional

6 steps to a family devotional

Scripture says parents need to disciple their children and teach them the things of God (Deuteronomy 6:5-7; Psalm 119:6-16). The reality is that sometimes we are just short on time. How do we squeeze a family Bible study into our already hectic days? Here are some steps you can follow. Think of it as a [continue reading…]

The Chair That Changed My Walk with Christ

The Chair That Changed My Walk With Christ

This week while reading in my quiet corner, I was given another epiphany from my gracious Lord, Who has recently given me loving touches and reminders of His goodness, most especially in small, everyday graces which can easily be overlooked.  My current Bible study in Gideon (Priscilla Shirer, Lifeway publishers) has prodded me to look [continue reading…]