One of my favorite conversations I had with my daughter when she was in college was regarding the reality of adulthood. She and I were reminiscing about her childhood – the good old days. After remembering days of sleeping in, … Continue reading Adulting is Hard: The Unexpected Cure of Self-Compassion
I just got back from traveling overseas. I enjoy the chaos of travel – its unexpected trials, my new best friends that I sit next to on the plane, and the airport food that is twice as expensive but just … Continue reading What Traveling Can Teach You
There has been so much snow this winter that even the local weatherman is tired of talking about it. But while we have the snow for at least a couple more weeks, we may as well as make the most … Continue reading What You Can Learn From a Snowflake
I remember the first time my little boy looked at me and told me he was worried. He was four years old. Four! What in the world did a little boy who was in his car seat on his way … Continue reading Whatever…
How do you know what a child believes about God? If you want to know, just ask them! When one Sunday School teacher who was teaching through the fruit of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22,23) asked their 5-8 year old students … Continue reading What do children believe?