Finding Joy Through Biblical Celebration

My pastor (@jasonesposito1) has been teaching through the book of Nehemiah over the past several weeks and it’s been very interesting. This week we finished off the series by learning about Biblical celebrations. I thought that with Easter around the corner, it would be a great time to share some of what I got outContinue reading “Finding Joy Through Biblical Celebration”

Close calls and living without fear

We were driving home from church yesterday, heading down a curving, two lane road very close to home. We were getting close to a large curve when another car came from the opposite direction. It came to the curve and didn’t turn, but rather crossed into our lane and almost ended up in the ditchContinue reading “Close calls and living without fear”

What I learned about my kids through playing Monopoly

  Friday night, Dad was going to be home late. We rented a movie, watched it, and put the 3 year old to bed. What to do next? The older two (9 and 11) begged me to play Monopoly with them. I bought them the game for Christmas last year, but I really don’t enjoyContinue reading “What I learned about my kids through playing Monopoly”

How bumpy was your homeschooling road this week?

It was the first week back to school after a long Christmas break. Christmas is over, the decorations are taken down, and the next break in sight in Easter. The temperatures for most of the country were literally colder than Siberia. Wow. What is a homeschooling parent to do to remain sane and patient? I’mContinue reading “How bumpy was your homeschooling road this week?”

Are You a Woman of Valor?

I posted a little while back about how Jews view the Proverbs 31 woman. Here’s the link. I’ve been thinking more about how those verses look for us here today. I don’t personally make my own clothes, much less weave the cloth for them, nor do I even grow my own food. I’m sure someContinue reading “Are You a Woman of Valor?”