What would your mother do? Encourage.

What can one mom even do to make a difference? We moms need to know this. Here’s the next part of a short series about all the huge little things moms do. It’s not a contest, but let’s all tell about our memories of those little things that mean so much, that only moms knowContinue reading “What would your mother do? Encourage.”

What would your mother do? Share.

What can one mom even do to make a difference? We moms need to know this. Here’s the next part of a short series about all the huge little things moms do. It’s not a contest, but let’s all tell about our memories of those little things that mean so much, that only moms knowContinue reading “What would your mother do? Share.”

What would your mother do? Fix things!

What can one mom even do to make a difference? We moms need to know this. Starting a short series here, today, about all the huge little things moms do. It’s not a contest, but let’s all tell about our memories of those little things that mean so much, that only moms know how toContinue reading “What would your mother do? Fix things!”

How to Make a Man Cry—Memorize

I’ve always taught my children to memorize the Bible. I think it is good for their spirits, good for their souls, and even good for their bodies, if they heed it. People seldom made me memorize anything until I was fourteen, but I remember much of it, today. I want my grown children to haveContinue reading “How to Make a Man Cry—Memorize”

Wow. I Got Surprised Today!

I’ve been following Marianne Manthey for a while and commented recently on one of her group questions. That’s how things get started, friends! 🙂 Today I find myself quoted in a new publication she is producing, which you can find here. It’s blogging related, so off topic for me, but… Thanks, Marianne! ❤

Overheard: The Manger Is Empty…

…But so is the grave. Jesus just is not here, visibly, these days. We cannot go up to Him and walk a mile or two with Him, these days. We cannot hear Him speaking with our physical ears, cannot touch the scars in His hands, cannot set our children on His lap. But the dayContinue reading “Overheard: The Manger Is Empty…”