In the midst of grief, it can feel like you’ll never have the strength to go on. And yet somehow, go on you must. In this guest post, Dorothy Miller shares how she survived the death of her young daughter.
Busy homes can feel chaotic and overwhelming. Sometimes you can’t change that, but you can learn to be content, no matter your circumstances. Here’s how.
How do you reconnect with Jesus in the middle of a chaotic day? Is it possible to refill our cups with joy so that we have enough to pour out?
It’s easy to become ashamed of our “less-than-perfect” bodies, especially when the world around us is bombarding us with the latest diets and exercise plans, the fastest way to a bikini body. Here’s why we need to ignore all that.
Your father loves you more than you’ll ever know. Here are a few of the ways he loves that are more important than just meeting your materials needs.
It is difficult for any mom to find rest, but for the people-pleaser mom, it’s nearly impossible. Who will defend and protect the troops if she lets her guard down?
I’ve always held myself to high standards and struggled to forgive myself my mistakes. But a can of paint opened my eyes and taught me to forgive myself.
Fear can hold us back from trying our best in many areas of life. Sometimes we’re afraid of failure; other times, we’re afraid of success. My kids are teaching me that you just have to give it your best, even when you’re afraid.
Seeing your kids in pain is hard; knowing you caused their pain is harder still. Not being able to fix it is almost unbearable. I’ve been dealing with that feeling a lot lately. We’re a big, busy family. Until recently, we were able to manage that just fine. But since our fourth was born, all…