teaching

Teaching Grace to the Youngins’

Episode #23 – We’ve set out to teach our children the concepts of grace, humility, and compassion at a much younger age than when we learned it! 

Matthew’s Gospel: Oaths

The marriage contract is more than a legal document, it is a vow made to God Himself. If one of the partners breaks this vow, that person has lied to God.

Rotten, Woke Fruit

When we say we want Christians who are honored, valued, and flourishing, do we mean at any and all costs?

Lessons in Motherhood

You have been specifically chosen by the hand of God to be the mom to the children you have been given. God doesn’t make mistakes. 

The Pretenders

I really believe God loves His Bride, and we are in a time of God exposing corruption in religious leaders, as well as in government.

Painting My Freedom

We are all created in the image of God. He is creative, so we have that ability to create as well, though your method may be different from mine.

“I’ve Got No Story To Tell”

It didn’t take long to realize that they thought a story was only a good story if it was outlandish. Traumatic. One with crazy plot twists and dramatic endings.

Teaching from a Reservoir

But as I continued to reflect on this statement in the following days, I realized that the reservoir that Dr. Mayer taught from was not just that of Bible truth, but rather truth in relationship with Him who is Truth Himself.

Tips for the First-Year Teacher

Even though I’m no longer in front of the classroom, I thought I’d share my best first-year teacher tips in honor of back-to-school week.

My Worst Homeschool Mistakes

Whether you’re a homeschool veteran or a terrified newbie, you may find yourself trying to figure out how to make the dance beautiful for your family.

Charismatic Beginnings

The fact is that I’m grateful for my charismatic beginnings. If not for the very realness and nearness of the God Benny Hinn described in his testimonial book Good Morning, Holy Spirit, I don’t know if I would have ever taken steps of faith.

Why Homeschool?

I agree that homeschooling is not for everyone, but if you are considering homeschooling your children and you feel lost in a sea of information, you are not alone.

What Are You Doing for the Next Generation?

As a parent, one thing scares me more than anything else. I wouldn’t call it a constant fear. But it’s definitely a concern. What if my daughter grows up not loving Jesus Christ?

Not Much Longer

One day, the advice would be done, the manners would be taught, and the lessons would be learned. Not much longer, and I’d be out of time to pass along the things I’d figured out along the way.

How to be Human

The things we do. What we say. How we respond. These are the nuts and bolts that build their reality. These are the colors that paint their life. It’s crucial, that as mothers we learn what love looks like from the Maker of all things.