Seven truths about your child’s spiritual development

Seven truths about your child’s spiritual development

There are things we can observe about our children. We can watch them grow physically. We can see them develop cognitively, and even see them mature…


Parenting with grace-filled habits: An honest reflection of “Habits of the Household”

Parenting with grace-filled habits: An honest reflection of “Habits of the Household”

Originally published on Denison Forum While reading Habits of the Household: Practicing the Story of God in Everyday Family Rhythms by Justin Earley,…


For the parent who feels powerless

While sitting in my car in the pick-up line at school, I was doing what you might guess. I was scrolling through Instagram as I often do while I wait…


Walk with Grace: Navigating Your Journey with Infertility

During this month’s National Infertility Week, April 19–25, we are reminded of the millions of women and men around the world who long to be parents…


I Am Blessed

When I stood in my white dress under a large oak tree and spoke my vows in front of our closest family and friends, I had no idea what our particular…


Middles and Endings

As a young girl, I was a Nancy Drew super-fan. I read and re-read all 56 volumes in the series, most of them in two days flat. Even today, I get a…


Authenticity Anyone?

The longer I walk this earth and parent and spend time with people, the more I realize how desperately we crave authenticity in our relationships.…


A Time To Rest (Said No Parent Ever)

I’ve never really been a fan of January. Something about the letdown after Christmas, my clothes not fitting, our bank account gasping, pine needles…


5 Ways to Include Jesus in Your Summer

No early morning alarms, carpool lanes, and homework projects. The unscheduled—or less scheduled—days of summer have begun! You and your kids…