Motherhood, with its joy and toil, is a useful instrument in God's hand for our sanctification. And yet the Word of God remains the primary means of God's work in us (John 17:17).
Mothers of the Bible Series
We are looking for glimpses of grace in the lives of biblical mothers and tracing the Bible story-line from Eve to Mary. SEE HERE
Two Sisters: Different Personalities, the Same Gospel
If my husband and I reduce the Gospel to mere obedience, we tempt our natural “law-keeper” with the false gospel of moralism. On the other hand, if we excuse (and even praise) the bold autonomy of our youngest as “budding leadership,” we dangle the false gospel of self-fulfillment in her eyes. READ
Good News Friday!
Good News Friday is a weekly series on my site. Every Friday, I share a brief message bursting with the good news of God’s Word, work and faithfulness. Click HERE for some good news!
Warning to Self: Don't Make your Child your Idol
I can't be naive to think that my natural love for my children cannot morph into worship. SEE HERE
After Childhood Abuse, How Can I Trust Others with My Kids?
We live in a post-Genesis 3 world in which children are exploited. Russell Moore states in his book, Tempted and Tried: The canon of scripture shows us tracks of blood from the very edge of Eden outward ...Here, my heart remembers the God who follows bloody tracks. Read full article HERE.
The Little Engine That Could and Teaching Children the Bible?
Often in our homes and children’s ministries, there is a temptation to “relax” Scripture for children. Perhaps we think that they are unable to understand “meaty” ideas and so we point them to quick moral applications and good behavior. This kind of Bible teaching however misses the intention of the Scriptures themselves, which is to bear witness of Christ. READ MORE.
Secondary Infertility: Trusting God when Pregnancy Stops
Whether you have more children than you ever imagined, are praying for a first pregnancy, or even trusting God for marriage, grace and peace be multiplied to you in abundance as you cling to the Author of your story. READ