Episode 48: Remembering to Stop

January 14, 2018

Some thoughts on a weak area in my spiritual life as we head into a new year. 

In this episode: 

John Piper Video


Episode 47: How Long?

December 3, 2017

Christmas is full of expectancy and it can help us teach our kids one of the most important themes of Scripture. 

In this episode: 

Everyday Hope by Katie Orr


Episode 46: The Work of Rest

October 29, 2017

I am tired. It's been this way for a while now, and I think God is showing me the root of my restlessness.


Episode 45: Why Every Mom Should Study Revelation

September 24, 2017

I can think of at least three reasons! 
Seriously, Revelation has been life-changing for me recently! This episode shares why. 


Episode 44: Peeling Wallpaper and Vulnerability

September 3, 2017

I had a really interesting experience in New Hampshire that reminded me of our desire for vulnerabilty. 


Episode 43: Slow Growing

June 25, 2017

Does your growth as a believer ever feel incredibly slow? Me too! I'm learning that its exactly how growth is supposed to work! 

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Episode 42: Glory in the Ordinary {a review}

June 4, 2017

In this episode, I share a new chores system that has been working for us so far this summer and I review a GREAT new book by Courtney Reissig called Glory in the Ordinary! 


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Episode 41: When the Hard Road is the Best Road

May 14, 2017

Homeschooling is the hardest thing I have ever done. I rejoice in another completed year and reflect on the hard road that God is using to conform me to the image of Christ. 


Episode 40: Losing My Mind to Save My Body

May 7, 2017

I can still hear the words of my friend who told me I wasn't quite skinny enough. Weight easily morphed into an idol, one that I am still struggling with today. I share some thoughts about the new body we as believers can look forward to one day!! 


Episode 39: Rainy Day Reflections

April 9, 2017

It's been one of those kinds of months. Our home has felt more like a prison than a haven. Could it be that we as a family have forgotten the gospel?