How You Can Find Home When You Have Lost Your Way

A look at The Kingdom of Thrim Have you every lost your way? Have you had a time where you made a hasty decision? Have you ever made financial decisions that were not good ones? Do you listen to God on a daily basis? A Purposeful Faith We want our children to have a strong… Continue reading How You Can Find Home When You Have Lost Your Way

Porcupine: Drawing Shouldn’t be Complicated

Drawing Shouldn’t be Complicated Try 33 Dots to Discover your creativity and God’s Word – porcupine The other day I read Meg Konovska’s post about her method of painting with 33 dots. This fascinated me as I need more help visualizing pictures.  At first I forgot the number and painted only with 14 dots. Both… Continue reading Porcupine: Drawing Shouldn’t be Complicated

How Can I tie it up? A Lesson in Shoe Tying

How Can I Tie it Up? A Lesson in Shoe Tying Today on #ScribblePicnic Michael gave us this prompt: Tie it up. Since this is the first week back to school my thoughts went to all the tying up of shoes I did as a grade one teacher. And how thrilled I was when those… Continue reading How Can I tie it up? A Lesson in Shoe Tying

How Important is a VBS for Children?

A look at my week running a VBS How rich it is to work with kids! This summer I again had the privilege to run a VBS – Vacation Bible School. We are a small church but we had 14 children most days, aged 4-8. What amazes me is the sweetness of their hearts. They… Continue reading How Important is a VBS for Children?

3 Methods for Praying Over Your Family

3 Methods for Praying Over Your Family by Jen Cudmore The Bible tells us to pray without ceasing, and it’s important to lift up our family consistently to the Lord. When it comes to praying for our spouse and children, there are three methods we can use. 1) Short, Spur-of-the-moment prayers: These occur during our… Continue reading 3 Methods for Praying Over Your Family

60 Promises to Pray Over Your Children – book review

60 Promises to Pray Over Your Children – a book review by Janet Sketchley. Nine sections focus prayers in the areas of blessing, protection, character, community, praise, growth, courage, purpose and knowing God.

How to Pray for Our Children

We have the privilege to have a new guest poster today. Kathie Morrissey writes on her blog Character Corner. She is a stay-at-home mom of 8 wonderful kids, and has been homeschooling for 27 years.  How to Pray for Our Children by Kathie Morrissey (reprinted in part with permission) I still remember a particularly “bad” day… Continue reading How to Pray for Our Children