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Why Women Should Read The Grand Paradox : Giveaway & Video Interview

When I was first asked to check out Ken's new book coming out this next week on Jan. 27th, 2015, my first thought was, I have way too many other books on my reading list that I am currently trying to get through. I'm a mom, a wife who's husband is building a business, which means he works late... often. I don't have time to read another book! But then I met with Ken, we [...]

By |January 23rd, 2015|Blog, Book Review, Giveaways|8 Comments
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5 Tips for the Mom Who Wants to Hide in the Closet: Does Mom NEED Alone Time?

There I was hiding in a closet with a cup of coffee and a cupcake. Have you ever had those moments in Motherhood, or days even, when you just want to hide? When you just want quiet time alone? Ok, I am just going to be real raw here. Some days, even some weeks, are just hard. On these days, delighting in your moments as a mom, is simply the farthest thing from the reality you are [...]

By |January 21st, 2015|Blog, Motherhood|10 Comments
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Reclaiming the Sacred Influence of the Woman

Dearest Sister, Sometimes we can loose sight of our purpose, our mission, and our calling. In all the striving to be a better wife, mom, sister, writer, homemaker, _____, we can forget that our identity is not connected to any of those roles. Since the beginning, women have struggled to find their identity in God alone. Just look where that got Eve. And now here we are, Daughters of Eve, Daughters of the One True [...]

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Why We Don’t Do Sleepovers: Parental Peer Pressure

When I was a kid I never really thought about the pressure I put my parents under when I was asking, then nagging them if I could go over to a friend’s house after church. It’s funny how most children don’t have it in them to actually think outside of their self focused wants and put themselves in their parent’s shoes. So naturally when I was pregnant with our first baby, I was completely unprepared [...]

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Sometimes Mama Needs a Timeout

The baby is fussing, the toddler is arguing with the eight year old over wanting to play with his special toy, it's getting close to dinner time and your six year old REALLY wants to help make it. It's enough to make anyone go mad after a day of three kids asking questions at the same time, having been up all night with a teething baby, and a child with a fever. Dinner? Maybe I should [...]

By |January 3rd, 2015|Blog, Leaving A Legacy, Motherhood, Parenting|1 Comment