All Things Beautiful in His Time
Before we married, we knew we wanted to grow our family through foster care and adoption. Our oldest daughter's adoption was emotionally easy. We knew it was rare. So when we later received a call about David, a three-day-old baby who needed foster placement, we expected a different experience. There would be visits, bio parents and siblings, court hearings and struggles. We expected, but didn’t fully understand how hard it would be and how much we would need to rely on God...
Four Tips for a Fruit Bearing Summer
Congratulations ladies... we did it! We've made it through another season and summer is almost here. For some of us life will slow down, for others the pace of life may speed up. Whatever the situation may be, it seems that summer can often be when our relationship with God tends to slip to a "back burner" in life.
I can totally relate. I long to be connected to Christ in the summer season, but the absence of routine and the lack of structure in summer makes it harder for me to carve...
A Mother's Legacy
As a young girl, I was curious about my mom's faith and asked her how she and my dad became Christians. Her legacy of faith, love, servanthood and encouragement continues on to the next generation.