Teaching Our Children To Pray

Thom DickFeaturedLeave a Comment

It’s interesting but it doesn’t seem to matter who you ask about prayer there is always a tone of guilt in the answer. “How are your devotions going?” “Good, but I only really did like 4 days last week. One day I did 45 minutes … Read More

Re-blog: When To Read For Your Baby?

The Renewed FamilyFeatured, ReblogLeave a Comment

Here’s a great short article from www.parentcue.com with advice on when to read to your baby. Super practical advice. When To Read For Your Baby? Before a nap, after lunch, after bath, and before bedtime are all good reading times. The basic idea is to … Read More

Teaching Instead of Disciplining

Kevin BroeskyDevotional, Featured1 Comment

Isn’t is easy to become discouraged about parenting? One minute you’re planning an amazing day out with the family and the next you’re ready to call the whole thing off. You know the scenario that proceeds. Your kids are refusing to eat their breakfast and … Read More

Missy’s Story

Guest AuthorSelah1 Comment

My motherhood journey began in the fall of 2014, although my desire to teach and raise children was planted many years earlier. I had always dreamed of being a mom, however, I really wanted to finish university and complete a degree in education before starting … Read More

Feeding Your Family

Mandy BuhlerSelahLeave a Comment

    Here’s a vlog with some tips on how to make feeding your family a little easier. Since not all of us love cooking all the time….

MOMS – WE ARE MORE THAN OUR BODIES

Guest AuthorSelah1 Comment

By Aralin Warkentin  I don’t know about you, but when I log into my social media accounts I am bombarded with pictures of women flaunting abs or inappropriate body parts, claiming to be inspirational.  Declaring that  these features are the end ‘goal’ of working out. … Read More