The Blessing

My seminary studies led me to Psalm 67 this morning. The Psalmist started with Aaron's priestly blessing from Numbers 6:24-26. I couldn't help but remember the song that came out at the beginning of the pandemoniac in 2020, The Blessing with Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes. It's every mom's heart. May you and yours be … Continue reading The Blessing

Dance with Me

Last night, I invited my granddaughters over for a dance party.   We put on some fun worship music and danced, holding our Bibles.  We concluded our celebration with a lively Bible discussion on end times.  We thought it was so precious that Jesus calls us "His bride."  We can't wait to eat at the Marriage Feast of the Lamb.  (well … Continue reading Dance with Me

A Proverbs a Day – Keeps the devil Away!

Joyful is the person who finds wisdom,    the one who gains understanding.14 For wisdom is more profitable than silver,    and her wages are better than gold.15 Wisdom is more precious than rubies;    nothing you desire can compare with her.16 She offers you long life in her right hand,    and riches and honor in her left.17 She will guide you down delightful paths;    all her … Continue reading A Proverbs a Day – Keeps the devil Away!

Rosh Hashanah – Feast of Trumpets

It's fun to celebrate the Jewish Feast days. They all point to Jesus. Since the holiday is already in process and I am late in sharing information, let me encourage you to at least do something simple. Here are some easy ideas: It is considered the Jewish New Year or as believers we can consider … Continue reading Rosh Hashanah – Feast of Trumpets

Choosing Friends Wisely

Friends are one of the strongest influences that we have in our lives.  Most parents strongly desire that their kids choose great friends. I used to tell my daughter to "shoot for the stars" when choosing friends. What do friends with "star-like" characteristics look like? This morning, when I read this verse about friends, it reminded … Continue reading Choosing Friends Wisely

No Harm Will Overtake You!

Hi Moms -    WOW - There seems to be a spirit of fear running rampant, not only across America but the whole world as the coronavirus spreads and we face a pandemic.  Are your kids nervous? Are you challenged with how to create an atmosphere of calm and safety in your home while being … Continue reading No Harm Will Overtake You!

Valentine Ideas for the Family

Valentine’s Day isn’t just for lovers!  Don’t we want to express our love to not only our spouses – but also our kids?   Valentine’s Day and the days preceding it is the perfect time to let our families know how much we adore them.    You can start some new family traditions and/or zero in on … Continue reading Valentine Ideas for the Family