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Video Tip: Do this Free Summer Activity

One of our favorite free activities in the summer is going to the library! Your kids can stock up on bos and DVDs to watch together as a family.  You can also lo for my bos at the library.  The titles that my local library stocks are Growing Up Social […]

 

Celebrate Your Hubby on Father’s Day

This Sunday marks America’s 108th Father’s Day – one of my hubby’s favorite holidays!  It began as the idea of a church going woman in Spane Washington.  She heard a Mother’s Day sermon and decided fathers should have their day too.  Her dad was a Civil War veteran and a […]

 

Parents Rising Video Series is Here!

I have often wanted to create video messages to accompany my bos.  I’m happy to present my first set of complete video sessions for my newest bo Parents Rising: 8 Strategies for Raising Kids Who Love God, Respect Authority, and Value What’s Right.  Each video is about 20 minutes long and […]

 

What Memorial Day Means to My Son

My son Ethan wrote this essay and I thought it would be neat to something from the eyes of a middle schooler.  What our young men learn about the values and history of our country will have a tremendous impact on the future of America.   What Memorial Day Means […]

 

Video: What Lens Would Improve Your Parenting or Marriage?

Do you need a little tweak in the way you see your marriage or kids? Whether you are overwhelmed by the things to do, or underwhelmed by the appreciation you feel…you have incredible power to change your perspective and improve your life. My glasses have something to teach us. What […]

 

The Mom’s Powerful Prayer

A special welcome to my friends from Proverbs 31! Good news:  we are not left alone to parent our children.  God has gifted us with prayer – a way to communicate directly to the Most High God! I hope you’ll be encouraged by the mom’s powerful prayer here.  I’ve taken […]

 

Why You Love Being a Mom

Why do you being a mom? Many times, we talk about the hard parts of being a mom.  The endless diapers and wipes, sleepless nights, sibling rivalry, piles of laundry, sassy teens, and goodness, what in the world am I serving for dinner tonight? Sometimes we need a shake […]