God's Mercy

Why Being A HelpMeet Is Not Beneath Me {Or You}.

The voices that speak to the troubled heart of a woman today are many, subtle and just soul-destroying. And the Greatest Liar of them all? His delight is purely in the downfall of all that was beautifully made in the beginning. He is thrilled and has made fools of us all. Wherever the pendulum swings… Read More Why Being A HelpMeet Is Not Beneath Me {Or You}.

Children, Intentional Mothering

When Something Good Is Not The Best.

As Christian parents, Tim and I are continually having our minds graciously and lovingly renewed by God to His way of thinking. I’m not saying we have the number one, most biblical way of parenting thinking {insert *snort* here}…   …Rather, as we submit ourselves to our loving Father as our own children’s parents, we… Read More When Something Good Is Not The Best.

God's Mercy, Intentional Mothering, Mummy Wars

Callings and Self-Doubt: Choosing Faith that You Are on the Right Path.

We all struggle with comparing ourselves to others {remember?}. And, as I am growing to see in myself, we all struggle with doubting ourselves next to others. Self-doubt is a massive continuing blip in the radar of my Christian growth. Before we had children, I wasn’t like any of the wives I knew. I didn’t… Read More Callings and Self-Doubt: Choosing Faith that You Are on the Right Path.

Intentional Mothering

Thinking About Homeschooling? Books to Inspire.

Over the last two years, I have read about home education in any form I could find it. Blogs, articles, research papers {yes, even some of a PHD thesis} – anything. Once God lays something on my heart, all I want to do is learn and grow and read as much as I can get… Read More Thinking About Homeschooling? Books to Inspire.

God's Mercy, Home, Intentional Mothering

The Foundation Years: Letting My Kids Just Be.

I wrote awhile back how we are considering homeschooling our two children. This is still very much on the cards, and my husband is about 70% convinced it’s a good schooling option {compared to the 5% when I first brought it up!}. Just with every major life decision, I have spent much time in reading… Read More The Foundation Years: Letting My Kids Just Be.