The short answer for me is, no. This is why I believe this. The starting place, of any Christian point of view is our status as believers. Galatians 5:1 exhorts believers to not allow ourselves to become burdened by slavery to the law (paraphrased). God promised in Ezekiel 11:9 that he would give His people … Continue reading Is being a “Stay-at-home Mom” the only way to be a Titus 2 Women?
If you desire to know God and you love Jesus, please be assured and comforted that you already have the Holy Spirit. God is with you and will help you overcome. It is so sad to see so much false teaching floating around on the internet that implies you have to be an hip … Continue reading A Word of Encouragement to Those Who Are Afraid:
It's a Wonderful Life is a family favorite at Christmas time partially because my husband and I spent the first 18 years of our marriage raising our children in the lovely town of Indiana, Pennsylvania, the hometown of Jimmy Stewart. As typical human beings we took the life we had for granted and at times longed … Continue reading A Year in the Wonderful Life
http://texastreeid.tamu.edu/content/howTreesGrow/ Here I go again, talking about my preschool class. Sorry, but I love them. One thing every preschool child I ever worked with enjoyed doing was collecting acorns. I would give them some sort of container and they would gather them up, dump them out, examine them, break them open, and then put them … Continue reading The Life Cycle of a Tree
Happy Mother's Day to all of the awesome mom's I know! I read a post today about Proverbs 31 that was very encouraging: Working mothers and working fathers certainly need wisdom in caring for their children. We can look to God’s word, of course. Even more, we who belong to Christ have the wisdom of … Continue reading Mother’s Day Challenge