W is officially obsessed with The Lord of the Rings. I can’t tell you how many times we watched the trilogy over our winter break. Not having read the book yet, I was really wanting to dive into the world Continue reading
One of my children’s favorite things to do when they are at their grandparents is to look at hidden picture books. My mother-in-law ordered them a subscription and they sit with her, trying to find the carrot or the horseshoe Continue reading
I have always found apologetics fascinating. Apologetics is the systematic defense of Christianity. We could use more people versed in apologetics to counter the naysayers and the people who would argue against the existence of God. This week, I’ve been Continue reading
With two active kids, it’s rare that I am able to go a theater and enjoy a movie without cartoon characters or a catching theme song. I usually have to wait until the DVD comes out–after all the spoilers have Continue reading
W has been asking for her own Bible lately. It just touches my heart that she wants to read about Jesus. When I was asked to be a part of the blog tour for the God Helps Me Bible, I Continue reading
I am always looking for new books celebrating the holidays. I find that Easter is a particularly difficult because of the overabundance of fluffy bunnies and chicks. Few books explain the true meaning behind Easter (hint: it’s not about dyeing Continue reading
There was a period of my youth when I was focused on reading novels set in the Old West. Cowboys, ranches, cattle drives–they all made me swoon. I’m brought back to that time this week as I participate in the Continue reading
This week in 1 Peter, we talk about perseverance. Life is hard for so many of us. Some days, we just feel like giving up. How do we persevere through it all? It is easy when the prize at the Continue reading
This week in our study of 1 Peter, we are introduced to witnessing for the Lord. This can be a difficult thing for many, especially when faced with the trials of today’s society.
Week six of 1 Peter talks about finding our ideal church and community. This might seem like an easy task, but finding the right church can be a difficult job.