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Amongst the news headlines, fear of the unknown, and all that comes with COVID-19, how can we use this time to come together as a family and as a Nation? It starts in our homes. We must first come together in our homes. Join us by following our 4 fun, frugal family festivities to do […]

FOUR F’s Sake, Stay Home!

Mother and Son holding hands

Every fall, since even before our kids were born, Matt and I would go to apple orchards, and pick our own apples to eat and devour in my favorite season of all here in Michigan. This tradition has continued on as we’ve had children, and it’s something we look forward to as a family every […]

Cultivating The Fruits Of The Spirit In Your Home | How To Bear Fruit

You have a plan. A perfect plan. Then, someone forgets the family dish to pass. Becky spills the milk all over her brand new, paid-way-too-much-for Christmas outfit. Your kids are kicking, screaming at each other, at you, and at Lenord the fish who sees it all. There are a dozen presents still in Amazon boxes […]

How To Not Hate Your Family During The Holidays

Have you been in pursuit of the busyness this season, and feel like there is a weight you just can’t shake? Like you just may scream if you hear, “have a holly, jolly Christmas” one more time? Ever wondered if maybe there’s something more? You hear it on the radio, in stores, Hallmark movies, and […]

Hole or Whole This Holiday? | The Pursuit of Something More

If you’re not establishing your family traditions, who is? Family traditions go beyond the magic of the holidays and are present in our everyday lives, even if we don’t always give them a name. Traditions strengthen the bond of a family, establish connection, provide a source of identity, teach values, and offer comfort and security […]

Establishing Family Traditions (Or Eliminating Them)

Squeals from my 4-year-old at the top of the stairs as her little legs caught up with her big girl plans yelled, “Mommy I can’ttttt. I just can’t go any further alone, I need help.” As I rushed to her aide, it made me think… How many times have I tried to find strength all […]

Building A Village | A Culture’s Cry For Community

It’s November, which hand-in-hand goes along with thankfulness. However, this month, we’re asking you to join us on a 30-day pursuit of growing in gratitude through the Word of God. If I’m being honest, I woke up today a bit grumpy. I woke up to kids (who rarely eat candy) starfished on the floor because […]

Growing in Gratitude | An Intentional 30-Day Pursuit

I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for toddler-friendly Halloween activities to do with my little ones growing up in our Christian home. As a family, we love this time of year! We love the crisp fall leaves, and fresh donuts and cider…YUM! But you know what I don’t love as a […]

4 Toddler Friendly Halloween Activities [For the Christian Home]

One of the things I love most about living in the Mitten state is the seasons. Winter Spring Summer Fall There is something beautiful about what these seasons teach us, and I believe it’s something we often take for granted. In Winter, the barrenness of the trees that’s roots are established so deep into in […]

FALL-elujah  | A Budget Friendly Bucket List For Fall (with free printable download!)

In today’s society, it can be challenging to raise a strong man of God. Heck, it’s challenging to simply BE a strong man of God, am I right?!? Our culture is so littered with sex, money, power, and fame, that it’s hard to separate ourselves from that. We are called to be like Christ. It […]

Rules for Men: How to Be and Raise a Strong Man of God

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