Hey Mama, Today will take care of itself. And we have a lot of say about the memories our kids are going to have of this particular day with us. TODAY. Will it be sad memories? Stressed-out memories? Furrowed-brow memories? A Mama who loved them but was always down? Or . . . even in
Hey Mama, You have freedom to love, freedom to make choices—good or bad—and freedom to pray. Freedom to read God’s word openly and as often as you want. Freedom to hide Bible verses in your heart (and your kids’ hearts). Freedom to discipline your children in love, to build their character, to mold them into
From the TeachingtheWord Bible Knowledgebase Part five of a series. Read part four. Trusting in God’s provision rather than focusing on worldly prosperity is vital for homeschooling families. This is not merely a pious platitude but a command of God – and one of His greatest blessings. Over the years I have spoken with many parents
Hey, Mama! Let’s talk about God’s provision a little more. It’s a major issue with many homeschooling Mamas, and I want to make sure we have the right perspective on the Lord and His will for our lives. It’s a reality that we need things. Look around your home; we have drawers and closets
Hey, Mama! What do you think about God’s provision? When comparing it to the way you and your husband provide for your own children, does it measure up? It is very easy to fall into the trap of thinking “Where is God? Why won’t He provide?” when in actuality, you may be asking for
Everyone in our culture seems to be obsessed with superheroes. Everyone talks about the movies and when the next one is coming out. I hear teens and children talk about superheroes as if they are real people. I have watched one or two superhero movies, and I walk away so disturbed by the character
Did you forget? Your great God and Savior is sovereign. Things can appear one way, and by all human logic and understanding you may be seeing or hearing an insurmountable “no,” or believing something to be a “done deal.” But we cannot forget the “God factor.” It changes everything. It upsets the apple cart.
As a young mom, I was fearful a lot of the time. This was new territory for me. When I was a teenager, I was often fearful of what other people thought of me but not afraid of the daily pace of life. Now this helpless little baby depended on me for everything, and