Category Archives: Christian Parenting

A Father’s Love for His Prodigal Children


The Father-God Love for the Prodigal Our father watches, waits and longs for His prodigal children to come home. His heart hurts when we are separated from His presence. He longs for the intimacy that He had with us, when we walked with Him in the original garden. When Jesus came, He came to show […]

5 Things You Can Do Now to Get Ready for Christmas

Get ready for Christmas

Get Ready for Christmas This morning before worship, we took our daughter to breakfast. As I looked up from my omelet, who would be walking in the door of Snug on the Square in Mckinney Texas, but Santa Clause himself. Sadly, Santa was walking in a little bit lost. He asked for directions. Have you ever felt […]

Empty Arms (Link up)

Empty Arms

Do You Know Someone with Empty Arms? “‘I’m not picking up a heartbeat, Pam. There doesn’t appear to be any fetal movement. I think the baby is dead.’ In disbelieve my emotions began to run wild and unchecked….” Hear Pam Vredevelt‘s heart in this video: Overcoming Pain and Loss The emotional aftermath of losing a […]

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving No matter where you are in the world, giving thanks opens a doorway to a happy life. In the United States, we celebrate thanksgiving as a nation but few of us remember the true sacrifice of the Pilgrims who came to America for religious freedom.  I shared this history with my children as […]

Unexpected Kindness #LifeGivingLinkup

Unexpected Kindness

Unexpected Kindness This morning I nagged at my husband about the laundry. I really had nothing to complain about, he was doing the laundry, just not how I wanted it done. Have you ever done this… demanded your own way…. Have you kept record of wrong? Have you become impatient for someone to live up […]