Teaching in the Context of the Moment

I just finished reading “Don’t Make Me Count To Three” by Ginger Plowman and I learned a lot about giving biblical discipline to my children. There are a lot of good points in the book and I’m going to share one that stood out for me: it’s teaching in the context of the moment. AsContinue reading “Teaching in the Context of the Moment”

Grace For Every Step: Motherhood day-by-day

“Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb a reward.” Psalm 127:3 Heritage and reward, what a beautiful way to describe our children. Though having children is a gift from God, it definitely is a challenge. As parents, particularly mothers, we are here to take care of not just theContinue reading “Grace For Every Step: Motherhood day-by-day”

Diary Of An Evangelist’s Wife: Out of my comfort zone yet still within God’s comfort

Note: The purpose of this blog series is to share what the Lord has been doing in terms of my personal spiritual maturity specifically with my role as an Evangelist’s wife. This definitely is a humbling opportunity to serve the Lord by serving my husband and serving alongside him in the ministry. We will stillContinue reading “Diary Of An Evangelist’s Wife: Out of my comfort zone yet still within God’s comfort”

Gleaning Gold From Godly Women

When Paul urged the older women to be “teachers of good things” to the younger women on Titus 2, I’m pretty sure Paul wasn’t talking about a one-way relationship. There should be a desire both to teach and to learn. As much as there should be initiative in the side of the older women toContinue reading “Gleaning Gold From Godly Women”

When A Mom Doesn’t Know What To Do

I don’t know what to do! There are days when I feel that way in taking care of my children (and everything else, basically) and I guess that’s a good thing because when my mind is exhausted of finding my own solutions, I turn to Christ for wisdom. (which should be our first option,by theContinue reading “When A Mom Doesn’t Know What To Do”