Family Life

When your Husband is an Unbeliever

1 Peter 3:1  Notice the action verbs “When they observe the pure and modest way in which you conduct yourselves, together with your reverence [for your husband; you are to feel for him all that reverence includes: to respect, defer to, revere him – to honor, esteem, appreciate, prize, and in the human sense to adore

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Listen While You Work…Or Grocery Shop…Or Drive

I haven’t been much of a podcast listener until recently. Needing to stay up-to-date on current events and wanting to be challenged intellectually and theologically in seasons of busyness has led me to some great podcasts that I’d like to recommend. What I’ve come to really enjoy about these podcasts is that I can listen

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A Shortage of Flawed Parents

There was a time when my life revolved around Spring break and summer mission trips. Whether in decaying urban neighborhoods or quiet plots of foreign soil, the strategy of evangelizing children remained curiously the same: snacks, games, crafts and Bible stories. It felt as if each mission team, regardless of context, had the same tiny

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Mommy Guilt

Motherhood. Sometimes I wish there was a manual. However, no manual exists, and often times I find myself looking for guidance from other mothers—which is not necessarily a bad thing. However, more than I’d like to admit I find myself not only looking to them for guidance, but looking at them with envy in my

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Hospitality and the Quest for Perfection

**This blog was originally posted on the Women’s Life blog on May 22, 2015. “True contentment is not having what you want but wanting what you have.” –Karen Ehman, A Life That Says Welcome Hospitality should be a word that brings joy and a sense of welcome to our hearts, because that’s exactly what it

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