I’m almost half-way through my fifth pregnancy, which means that maternity attire has been much on my mind. Although I’ve been through this several times before, the challenge of building a comfortable and cute pregnancy wardrobe is still a bit tricky. I have a number of pieces I’ve picked up ... Read More about 5 Tips for Your Maternity Wardrobe
It was five years ago when my husband dove headlong into planning and preparing for a new year, and he was hooked. I chuckled more than once as I watched him; surrounded by books, spending hours enthusiastically reading, going through a planning course, and filling out a corresponding planner ... Read More about Grace-Filled Planning for the New Year
Every year at Christmas time I'm drawn to Mary’s song, “The Magnificat” in Luke 1. Mary, a humble servant, favored and blessed, sings of the mercy, goodness, and favor of God. How could Mary, who certainly knew the scrutiny she would face being pregnant and unwed, exalt the Lord and magnify God? ... Read More about He Fills the Hungry with Good Things
I recently saw a post on social media that halted my scrolling. Someone had asked another person the question, “How do I keep from being bitter at the church?” Her response was this: “What if bitterness is appropriate for a season?“ I briefly glanced at the comments to see what others ... Read More about Is Bitterness Ever Acceptable for a Christian?
I’m not sure exactly how old I was the first time I flew on an airplane, but I believe it was around six months old. And due to my family moving overseas as a little girl, I’ve had my fair share of trips in my relatively short lifetime since then. I’m not what one would consider an expert on ... Read More about My Top 4 Trip-Packing Tips