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December mornings are one of my favorite things. I slip downstairs while it’s still quiet, turn on the white tree lights (our tree has the option of white and colored lights, so all of our family members are happy!), make a cup of coffee, and sneak in a few minutes reading the Word as I sit in a chair by the tree.
I’m reading Proverbs. As I get into chapters ten and eleven, Solomon keeps referring to “the righteous.”Continue reading “Borrowed Righteousness”
There is something about the fall that always speaks to me of suffering, of surrender and letting go. Yes, the leaves are gorgeous! But I sense a hint of sadness as the trees say goodbye to summer and become barren. Yet, God moves creation through this season every year.
Like the rest of creation, we move through seasons of suffering in our lives. These seasons can be discouraging and confusing. How can we make sense of this? How can we go through these seasons well? In ways that grow our relationship with Jesus?Continue reading “A Season of Suffering”
The pace of life is a bit different this fall, but we can still help our children grow their faith! Even though some of our options for church youth groups and Sunday School aren’t the same as usual, this is something we can do. It’s also perfect for inviting some other kids or a family to do it with yours. I’ll share everything you need to do this in this post!Continue reading “Simple Bible Study with Kids”
On the way home from the coast, a glance in my mirror reminds me to not look back…Continue reading “Looking Forward”
We’ve all been in our homes plenty these past weeks! And this can wear on us. Our family has had our share of emotions, irritation, and need to forgive each other.
I’ve been reading Isaiah, and a few verses I hadn’t noticed before caught my heart. They have became my prayer for our home: