Category: Family

Yesterday, a friend of mine called to just talk and be encouraged in her parenting.  This friend, like myself, has both biological (children she gave birth to), and adopted children.  Though we often don’t distinguish between these children,  we are aware that raising adopted children can have challenges that are different from raising a child

I love Torah Sisters Magazine.  If I had enough money I would subscribe to it for every woman in my life. I just find it to be such an encouraging magazine. Sometimes, when I have a little extra money, I buy the back issues. Recently, Mary and I went through all our back issues, and

Yesterday, I got my mower out for the first time this year.  Mowing is one of my all-time favorite activities.  I love mowing and talking with God.  We have some of the best talks when I am mowing, because I can’t be easily distracted. As, I mowed, I pondered how I often say that Fall

Recently, a documentary was released on Reggie White.  Reggie White is a well-known football player, for two reasons.  He was one of the greatest defense players in the NFL.  But, he was also well known for his faith and out spoken views.  He also, is known for his unexpected death. My husband, Jeremy, watched this

Dear Son in Law, I hope you enjoyed my first letter.  I concluded in that letter with Jeremy and I getting married.  I thought I would back up just a little and talk of our engagement. When Jeremy and I were engaged, we both spent a great deal of time in prayer.  Jeremy was a

Today,  I was thinking about how people say things like… “We grew a part.”  “He changed.”  “I’m not the person I was when we met.” Often people use these lines when talking about their divorce, break up, or the dissolving of a friendship.  But, it doesn’t make sense to me.  Of course, you have changed,

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