Kassi Russell

Kassi Russell is a wife and mom by day, and a writer by night (and in the car, or at soccer games). Kassi is originally from Greenville, SC where she and her husband met in middle school and have been married for 11 years. Her passion for writing blossomed in Atlanta, GA where her four children (ages 8, 6, 2 and 1) completed their tribe. She is currently writing a series of children's books and blogging. Along with writing she enjoys music and arts, the great outdoors, and well-written movies.

Dance Like No One Is Watching…Because They’re Not

I was so far beyond my comfort zone, so vulnerable on display for this small group of girls to ridicule. Maybe they wouldn’t say anything to my face.

The Question That’s Changing My Life

Although things shifted financially (or at least they appeared to through my eyes), the mindset of money dictating what we wanted prevailed. 

Homeschooling Multiple Grades and Curriculum Suggestions

Each curriculum I have chosen can take my kids all the way through high school. Every family’s interests are different and that’s the joy of homeschooling.

My Strange Relationship

Almost daily, I realize how much I don’t deserve to be in this relationship. Suddenly, I’ll be on my knees in complete wonder of who He is.

Fitting in Fitness

No matter where you are with trying to make fitness work for you, be encouraged that you’re not alone. Fitting in fitness can be challenging, but you can do it.

From Tweens to Thirty – Marrying Young and Growing Old

In so many ways, marrying young is beautiful, but it can only stay beautiful if there’s an intentional emphasis placed on the covenant we share.

Fear of the Unknown

Wherever it is, don’t fear The Unknown so long that you never let yourself go there. And if you do go, leave your ideal map behind.

Off Limits

You trust us to fulfill Your plan, so we must. Friendship with You and access to Your presence, When we know You as Father, nothing is off limits.

A Child’s Prayer

How do You listen to every prayer? I do believe you came as a baby in a manger, So at least I’ll never wonder about how much you care.

Black & White

Today, that little girl is a woman who prays. Not for herself or for her interracial family. She prays for the ones crippled by the ugliness of hate. She prays for those that didn’t ask for it to be passed down to them. She prays for the ones who can’t seem to find freedom from it.

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