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Monthly Archives: March 2016
Marriage is one of God’s greatest blessings, but it’s a blessing in need of constant loving maintenance. Barbara Rainey’s book, Letters to My Daughters: The Art of Being a Wife, contains the perfect recipe for keeping love alive and marriages thriving. Laced … Continue reading
Thanks so much for stopping by to check out our family favorite reads of March. While I hope you love some of our picks as much as we do, I am mutually encouraging us not to choose the good over the … Continue reading
One of my all-time favorite Easter activities is growing Calvary’s Mountain. Not much time left before Easter? No problem. This garden does not take long to grow! What’s so special about this project? Calvary’s Mountain serves as a visual reminder throughout … Continue reading
Welcome to the March 2016 edition of Talk About Jesus Tuesday, my blog post series celebrating what I am learning about Jesus through my one year study of the Gospels. (You can click here to find out why I chose … Continue reading
Happy reading, writing, and celebrating all-things literacy! I am so glad you are here at the Literacy Musing Mondays Linkup! Our co-hosts are thrilled to introduce Beth Strikenburg of Pages and Margins who will be joining us as a permanent co-host beginning next … Continue reading
After taking a few weeks off, I am thrilled to once again participate in Kate Motaung’s Five Minute Friday community. As a parent, this week’s prompt is often on my heart because of the time I devote each day to … Continue reading
Easter is about Jesus! While I enjoy Easter egg hunts, cute bunnies, and chocolate eggs, there’s a danger the real meaning of Easter can get lost in these trimmings. Thankfully, our family has discovered some wonderful picture books that point our children’s hearts … Continue reading