“Be on your best behavior,” I said to my boys. “Our guest will soon be here. Absolutely no noise!” DING DONG! Someone’s at the front door “She’s here,” I say. “Our neighbor, Mrs. Greeley. Run along. Be quiet. Go play.” The boys ran off to the back room. They listened to me! “Mrs. Greeley, come … Continue reading The Noises That Boyses Make
Imagine three children nestled into their bed's. Mommy and Daddy are there with the youngest. His name is Ezra. He is fun-loving, imaginative, and surprisingly articulate for a two year old boy. He says that he wants to tell us a bedtime story about Easy Rabbit, a lovable bunny who lives in a hole with … Continue reading Ezra tells an Easy Rabbit Story
Is it okay for me to listen to my kids music in the car all alone when my kids are far, far away from me? Absolutely! But, only if that music is one of the albums by Slugs & Bugs. Randall Goodgame, the creative force behind Slugs & Bugs has accomplished something incredible by doing for music what … Continue reading Sing the Bible with Slugs and Bugs, Volume 2!!!
"Home is not as much of a place as it is somewhere that you belong, somewhere that you are accepted." Tim Keller Over the past several years left the country to go on a mission trip. Our church has been very involved in missions over the last decade, and I decided to try to go … Continue reading Coming Home
Everyone loves to hear a good story about a changed life - sinner to saint, drug dealer to preacher, or a terrorist to evangelist. These stories capture our attention and make us think about the powerful message of Christ. The Apostle Paul’s conversion on the road to Damascus in Acts is one of the most … Continue reading The Gospel is for Children, Too!
I am just stepping into the world of parenting real people (I know babies are real people, but now that they can walk, talk, and think for themselves the task is going to a whole new level). There are many things that I want to do with my children and there are many things that … Continue reading Summer Family Time