A while back, I went to a Christian mom group with one of my good friends and they asked us, what is one quality you want your child to develop? My first answer was, “Kindness.” Since kindness is one of the themes of the Book of Ruth, my family put together a craft and snack to go along with our Ruth Bible study.
Last week I wrote about the real reason you need to prioritize your spouse before your kids. Today’s post gives you 7 ways to make that a reality!
Have you ever heard a pastor or another Christian leader say that you’re supposed to put your marriage before your kids? I used to flip-flop on the issue, but I now understand why marriage before parenting is a MUST in family life. Stay with me for this one!
I recently read this poem at a Mother’s Day luncheon at my church. I know Mother’s Day has long gone, but I wanted to share it with you. I hope this encourages to you!
Making homemade play dough has been a cheap and easy way for me to entertain my little one. I found the best play dough recipe by accident! Add some worship music and meaningful conversation and play dough time becomes Jesus time!
I made a list of 15 mom-guilt-free “excuses” for you to NOT play or do whatever your child wants you to do right now. You’re welcome!
As we celebrate mothers and mother-figures this month, I asked myself the question, what is the single most powerful thing that a Christian mom can do? I think this is the best answer.
Earth Day was last weekend so I wanted to make a nature-inspired Bible story craft with my daughter. Painted rocks with a Creation story theme were a no-brainer craft choice, and they turned out even better than I could have imagined.
I took leftover Easter candy and turned it into a Bible study for kids. #BibleStudyWithMyPeeps
I challenged myself to keep Christ in Easter by turning an Easter Egg into a Bible Study for kids and making a snack to go with it.